Light volume drove the cheese market higher once more on Friday.
Thursday's trade was all about cheese.
While Pennsylvania still ranks as the sixth largest milk producing state, it is doing so only on the strength of cow numbers.
In the wake of Tuesday's neutral GDP trade, the CME spot trade was anything but.
Dry whey advanced higher to a new record price for its history.
Class III milk futures settled 7 cents higher in August and 3 higher in September.
Despite the upward action in cheese, for the third straight day, Class III markets move lower.
It was up, up and more up in the CME spot trade on Wednesday.