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CME Dairy Markets Mostly Up Monday

Milk futures were up, and cash dairy prices were mostly up on the Chicago Mercantile Exchange Monday.  

June Class III milk was up $.01 at $20.94.  July was up $.56 at $22.20. August was up $.13 at $19.20.  September was up $.02 at $17.50.  The milk futures from October through next May ranged from three to twenty-four cents higher.  

Dry whey was up $.0050 at $.3175 cents per pound.  Six sales were recorded from $.31 to $.3175.

Forty-pound blocks were up $.0450 at $2.62 per pound. There were nine sales recorded from $2.5725 to $2.62.

Barrels were unchanged at $2.40 per pound.  Two sales were recorded at that price.

Grade AA Butter was unchanged at $1.7650 per pound.  No sales were recorded.

Nonfat dry milk was down $.0075 at $1.0125 per pound.  One sale was recorded at that price.

 
--Brownfield AgNews