Butter markets continue an active week, with 24 loads changing hands on Thursday. But no cheese changed hands, so Class III markets dropped.
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Butter is flying off CME spot market shelves. But it hasn't helped prices, as markets dropped 1 1/4 cents on Tuesday.
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In the wake of the higher GDT cheddar price, the CME spot trade for blocks and barrels exploded.
Other product and milk markets followed suit, finishing either unchanged or higher on Monday.
A wild ride in the grain markets captured the attention of traders and producers on Friday.
The volley continues following the softer trade in Wednesday's CME spot dairy offering, products responded on Thursday by…
Class III and Class IV markets dipped slightly on Wednesday as a result of soft product trade.
Class III milk prices saw another day of improvement, as the second half 2018 average hit $16.33.