NEWS
DTN Closing Dairy Comments
Robin Schmahl DTN Contributing Analyst
Fri May 2, 2014 03:03 PM CDT
Milk

Class III milk futures closed lower during the last session of the week, but trade could be described as almost hesitantly lower. Trade activity was lighter in deferred contracts, and traders appear hesitant to allow milk futures to move to far below the cash prices. May futures are partially priced already, but June is currently at $21.55 per cwt and the cash prices at the end of the day equate to $21.72 per cwt, leaving June at a slight discount. In the end, May-September contracts were 10 to 27 cents lower than the previous day. Manufacturing milk supplies are ...

Quick View
  • The Trouble With Talc Planting can be dusty work, but a little housekeeping is in order to protect pollinators this spr...
  • Fescue Workaround Fescue can be a challenge, but Butch Foster said he and his dad, Bob, put 200 to 250 pounds on ca...
  • Ask the Taxman by Andy Biebl Readers pose tax questions on how to justify repairs, handle capital gains on a residence and com...
  • $3 Corn Subdues Bids March auctions show cash rent shocks could mount in 2016.
  • Sample With Precision Dan Davidson looks at how to measure the horsepower of your soil with the Solvita soil respiratio...
  • USDA Defines Actively Engaged Under the 2014 farm bill, family operations are exempted from proposed changes in actively engage...
  • New Paths Max payments forecast in areas of hardest-hit 2014 corn yields.
  • She's Got It All Alicia Mielke is a farm girl originally from Harrington, Wash., who continues to lend a hand to h...
  • Ask the Vet Would a bull with an undescended testicle or one that was a hard pull at birth be worthy of breed...
Related News Stories
DTN Midday Dairy Comments
DTN Opening Dairy Comments
DTN Midday Dairy Comments
DTN Opening Dairy Comments
DTN Midday Dairy Comments
DTN Opening Dairy Comments
DTN Midday Dairy Comments
DTN Opening Dairy Comments
DTN Midday Dairy Comments
DTN Opening Dairy Comments