Past dairy market behavior no longer predictor for future

Friday, 28 February 2014 07:50 Published in News & Updates

Why aren’t dairy market prices behaving like they "always have in the past"? According to Bob Yonkers, IDFA vice president and chief economist, the dairy market environment has changed significantly just in the past few years, making U.S. dairy markets of today, and likely in the future, very different as a result.......Read more

 

 

 

 

Rabobank: A Strong Margin Year for U.S. Dairies

Saturday, 15 February 2014 08:12 Published in News & Updates

Rabobank: A Strong Margin Year for U.S. Dairies

Global dairy demand will absorb rising milk production. Milk and feed prices appear set to underpin a strong margin year for most U.S. dairy producers, Rabobank’s Tim Hunt said today at World Ag Expo in Tulare, Calif. With the strength in the global milk powder market, Hunt expects "Class IV prices to remain the driver of dairy prices." He pegs them at least at $18.40 per cwt. by year’s end . .  .Read more