At the Chicago Mercantile Exchange, Class III milk futures closed mostly lower Tuesday as trade uncertainties continue to weigh on the market.
July milk closed up two cents at $14.18. August milk was eight cents higher at $14.60. September milk down a penny at $15.05. October closed down two cents at $15.33. November through next June contracts closed a nickel lower to a penny higher.
Grade AA Butter closed up $0.0250 at $2.2250. Three loads sold ranging from $2.2125 to $2.2250. Blocks were unchanged at $1.5425. Barrels closed up $0.0750 at $1.3375. Eight trades were made ranging from $1.2825 to $1.3370. Nonfat dry milk was unchanged at $0.7725. Dry whey closed $0.0075 higher at $0.4050.