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Milk futures on the CME are up, but cash dairy is down on Thursday.


On the Chicago Mercantile Exchange, milk futures were mostly higher, while the cash dairy market was stable to lower.

April Class III milk was down $0.04 to $19.46. May was up $0.11 to $18.61. June was up $0.13 to $18.60. July was up $0.08 to $19.01. Contracts for August through February ranged from unchanged in January and February to eleven cents higher in November.

Dry whey was down $0.0025 to $0.44. There were no recorded sales.

Cheese blocks were down $0.01 to $1.9250. At that price, only one sale was recorded.

Cheese barrels were down $0.03 to $1.8750. There were no recorded sales.

Butter remained unchanged at $2.3975 per pound. Five sales were recorded ranging from $2.3975 to $2.4150.

Nonfat dry milk remained unchanged at $1.1475. There were no recorded sales.


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