On the Chicago Mercantile Exchange Tuesday milk futures were mostly up and cash dairy prices were mostly down, while the Global Dairy Index fell again. July Class III milk was down $.10 at $17.37 August was unchanged at $17.90. September was up $.03 to $17.98. October was up $.06 at $17.99. The milk futures from November through next June ranged from two to eleven cents higher.
Dry whey was unchanged at $.33 cents per pound. No sales were recorded. Forty-pound blocks were down $.0050 at $1.86 per pound. Eight sales were recorded from $1.8425 to $1.86. Barrels were unchanged at $1.78 per pound. Seven sales were recorded at that price. Grade AA Butter was down $.01 at $2.40 per pound. No sales were recorded. Nonfat dry milk was down $.0025 at $1.0475 per pound. No sales were recorded.