NEWS
DTN Closing Dairy Comments
Robin Schmahl DTN Contributing Analyst
Wed Oct 2, 2013 04:13 PM CDT
Milk

The September Federal Order class prices were released Wednesday, but not through the regular channels of the Agricultural Marketing Service. It was released through the Federal Order system. The required weekly prices were released in September allowing the calculations to be finalized. The Class II price was $19.78, up 51 cents from July. Class III price was $18.14, up 23 cents. Class IV price was $19.43, up 36 cents. This is good news for dairy producers adding another month of decent milk prices. Global Dairy Trade auction prices were higher in all categories except one. Whole milk powder increased ...

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