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Dairy markets were mostly up at CME Monday


Dairy markets were mostly up on Monday on trading at the Chicago Mercantile Exchange. January milk was up $.01 at $13.89.  February was up $.04 at $13.60.  March was up $.07 to $13.61.  April was up $.10 at $13.81.  The rest of the 2018 milk futures were all up except November and December, which were unchanged.

Grade AA Butter was unchanged at $2.12.  Six carloads were sold ranging from $2.1050 to $2.12. Barrels were up $.02 to $1.3650.  Three carloads were sold ranging from $1.3650 to $1.37. 40-pound blocks were up $.0050 to  $1.57.  One carload of blocks was sold at that price. Nonfat dry milk was unchanged at $.7075 per pound. No sales were recorded Monday.


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