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CME milk and dairy prices fall Friday

Milk futures were down and cash dairy prices were all lower except for whey on the Chicago Mercantile Exchange Friday. June Class III milk was up $0.04 at $24.33 but it was the only price that went up.  July closed down $0.68 at $22.78. ... Read More.

CME dairy markets mixed Friday

Milk futures and cash dairy prices were mixed on the Chicago Mercantile Exchange Friday. June Class III milk was up $0.01 at $24.33.  July closed down $0.13 at $24.60.  August closed down $0.07 at $24.42.  September was up $0.02 at $24.38.  October through May... Read More.

Cattle futures higher heading into Friday

At the Chicago Mercantile Exchange, live and feeder cattle ended the day higher, supported by follow-through buying.  August live cattle closed $1.22 higher at $134.12 and August feeder cattle closed $3.22 higher at $172.95.  A very light, scattered direct cash cattle trade took place... Read More.

Milk futures higher, cash dairy mixed Friday

June Class III Milk futures on the Chicago Mercantile Exchange closed 26 cents higher at $24.51.  July up 23 at $24.60.  August futures up 18 at $24.36.  September through November contracts 23 to 27 cents higher. Dry whey up $0.0125 at $0.5225. Blocks steady at $2.28. Barrels... Read More.