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August 2019 Dairy Situation & Outlook

Dairy Situation and Outlook, August 19, 2019 By Bob Cropp, Professor Emeritus University of Wisconsin Cooperative Extension | University of Wisconsin-Madison Milk prices have shown improvement since early in the year. Class III was a low of $13.89 in February and increased $3.66 by July to $17.55. Class IV was $15.48 in January and increased $1.52 […]

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July 2019 Dairy Situation & Outlook

Dairy Situation and Outlook, July 22, 2019 By Bob Cropp, Professor Emeritus University of Wisconsin Cooperative Extension/University of Wisconsin-Madison Milk production running below a year ago, modest growth in dairy product sales, dairy exports while lower than a year are still supportive of milk prices and improved dairy stocks levels are all contributing to a […]

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June 2019 Dairy Situation & Outlook

Dairy Situation and Outlook, June 18, 2019 By Bob Cropp, Professor Emeritus University of Wisconsin Cooperative Extension University of Wisconsin-Madison The good news is milk prices continue to improve. The Class III price which was as low as $13.89 in February will improve about $2.40 in June to around $16.30. The Class IV price which […]

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2019 May Dairy Situation & Outlook

Dairy Situation and Outlook, May 20, 2019 By Bob Cropp, Professor Emeritus University of Wisconsin Cooperative Extension University of Wisconsin-Madison Increases in milk production well below one percent from last quarter of 2018 and going into this year with February milk production just 0.1% higher than a year ago, March production actually 0.6% lower than […]

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2019 March Dairy Situation & Outlook

Dairy Situation and Outlook, March 19, 2019 By Bob Cropp, Professor Emeritus University of Wisconsin Cooperative Extension University of Wisconsin-Madison Good news for improved milk prices is milk production continues to slow. For the last quarter of 2018 milk production was just 0.5% above a year earlier. January’s production was up 0.9%, and February was […]

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