July 2 2020
The global outlook now is not nearly as dire as it was at the height of the COVID-19 crisis
July 2 2020
As the National Dairy farm magazine, Hoard's Dairyman provides dairy producers with dairy market prices and includes the weekly butter price from CME, the Chicago Mercantile Exchange
July 2 2020
Chicago Mercantile Exchange, Daily Cheese prices
July 2 2020
As the National Dairy farm magazine, Hoard's Dairyman provides dairy producers with dairy market prices and includes the weekly cheese price from CME, the Chicago Mercantile Exchange and NASS, National...
July 1 2020
As the National Dairy farm magazine, Hoard's Dairyman provides dairy producers with dairy market prices and includes the Class IV price for milk. It is updated approximately monthly with the price of milk...
July 1 2020
As the National Dairy farm magazine, Hoard's Dairyman provides dairy producers with dairy market prices and includes the Class III price for milk. It is updated approximately monthly with the price of...
June 29 2020
Class III milk, not Class I, could be the price leader in June milk checks. “June’s Class III price (driven by cheese price gains) is expected to jump over $7 per hundredweight (cwt.)
June 25 2020
“Employed people eat more pizza than unemployed people.” Or at least that is how I remember the quote
June 25 2020
Hoard's Dairyman, the national dairy farm magazine, reports mailbox prices. These milk prices are updated monthly for dairy producers in the U.S
June 19 2020
Dairy News as reported in the Washington Dairygrams for the July 2020 issue of Hoard's Dairyman
June 18 2020
Monthly milk markets per state
June 17 2020
As the National Dairy farm magazine, Hoard's Dairyman provides dairy producers with dairy market prices and includes the Class I price for fluid milk
June 17 2020
After four-plus years of being in the doldrums, milk prices finally started to pick up in the second half of 2019
June 11 2020
Dairy, like many other commodity markets, has seen ever increasing volatility over the course of the last several decades. That’s been further accentuated by the COVID-19 pandemic
June 8 2020
The past three months brought unprecedented volatility to dairy markets due to the coronavirus pandemic. It is unprecedented, because CME Class III futures traded at both the lower and upper market limits
June 4 2020
“Dairy markets are no longer volatile, they’re violent.” Those words emanated out of Mike North’s mouth and set into my brain as if instantly etched in stone
June 4 2020
Agriculture commodity prices have been all over the board as markets adjusted to a variety of factors brought on by COVID-19
June 1 2020
The coronavirus pandemic is a once in a generation event that has wreaked havoc on the dairy market. Prices have collapsed, supply chains are damaged, and milk dumping has tragically become widespread
May 30 2020
Dairy News as reported in the Washington Dairygrams for the June 2020 issue of Hoard's Dairyman
May 25 2020
Dairy markets have taken a tumble with the restrictions associated with the novel coronavirus. Milk usage has changed due to severe limitations on dining out