In closing off the week on Friday, the ag markets were mixed but big moves were the result in almost every market.
Just about every market in the ag space fell in Thursday’s trade.
Red was the predominant color in Wednesday’s agricultural markets.
The ag commodity markets saw broad based selling during Tuesday’s day trading session.
Class III milk was off a penny in July to $17.47 per cwt, down 5 in Aug to $17.61 and the rest of the second half months were down 3-5 cents and show an average at $17.67 per cwt.
While the future looks good, we're not out of the woods yet. For some producers, high prices are too late. For others, there is optimism for continued price growth.
The dairy markets on Friday closed off this week’s trade in a mixed fashion.
A quiet day in the markets was punctuated by information from USDA on the MFP payments.
In this digital age, you never really know who is watching--or when.
The Class III milk market closed higher in 2019 and early 2020.