Commodities across the board were lower during trade on Tuesday.
The softer milk market was further frustrated by a very quiet CME spot trade.
Milk prices on Friday closed the week in a relatively calm way compared to the precious four days.
After falling $1.45 in the November contract since the beginning of October, milk futures finally found some footing on Thursday following a higher spot product trade.
The whey market found solid ground on Wednesday. The milk and cheese markets did not.
The milk markets continue to react to the latest milk production and cold storage reports in a poor manner.
A Missouri news station reports PETA is now marketing milk as “a symbol of white supremacy.”
Year-over-year production in the month of September rose. Cow numbers were a different story.