Markets

Stay up-to-date with the latest and most important market activities and fluctuations in prices on every of your primary resource.

02 Oct, 2019

Continued Milk Rebound in 2020: True or False?

Markets | By: Portia Stewart

USDA has forecast a jump in all milk prices to $18.85 dollars per cwt in 2020. 

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02 Oct, 2019

Farm Bureau Proposes Changes to Federal Milk Marketing Orders

Markets | By: Jim Dickrell

The group wants better price discovery, a modification to make allowances and the elimination of bloc voting.

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01 Oct, 2019

Milk Markets Rally Higher On Positive Cheese Trade

Markets | By: Know Your Market

September Class III milk finished trading at $18.28, October gained 15 cents to $18.28, and November gained 16 cents to $18.24.

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01 Oct, 2019

Global Dairy Markets Up Kinda Sorta

Markets | By: Jim Dickrell

Skim milk powder was up 2.7%—the best news of the day for U.S. exporters.

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30 Sep, 2019

Milk Markets Steady While Grains Rally On USDA Stocks Report

Markets | By: Know Your Market

The USDA released its September version of the Quarterly Stocks Report. Surprises were seen in both corn and soybean stocks.

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30 Sep, 2019

Plant-Based Beverages Aren’t The Reason For Fluid Milk’s Decline

Markets | By: Jim Dickrell

Since 2000, the consumption of bottled water has more than doubled.

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29 Sep, 2019

Milk Moves Higher While Grains Step Lower

Markets | By: Know Your Market

Cheddar finished the week higher on Friday.

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26 Sep, 2019

Milk Markets Follow Cheddar Blocks Lower

Markets | By: Know Your Market

Dairy markets softened again on Thursday continuing to follow Cheddar Blocks.

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26 Sep, 2019

Dairy Prices Should Average $1 Higher Next Year

Markets | By: Jim Dickrell

'We will not have a one-month burst to $19 milk [this fall] and then have a collapse.'--Wisconsin economist Mark Stephenson.

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25 Sep, 2019

Dairy Markets Mixed, Again

Markets | By: Know Your Market

Class III milk fell 1 cent in October to $18.09, November gained 6 cents to $18.08 and December gained 5 cents to $17.48.

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