Class III markets found late session support that move prices from a lower trade to a higher one.
After the USDA raised yields on corn and soybeans on Wednesday, grain prices fell again on Thursday.
While cheese was able to rebound on Wednesday, the real story in the markets rests in the grain complex.
The seesaw experience and milk prices continued on Tuesday as cheese sold off yet again
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The impact of tariffs on dairy prices has been a heavy topic of discussion this summer.
Across the ag space on Monday most commodities closed in the green with the exception of lean hogs.