Tuesday, August 20, 2019
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The USDA might be the entity that calculates component prices, but you are the one who determines how much of each component your cows are producing.

As things stand for now, what we have in terms of price and dairy profitability should remain pretty much the same.

The 2015 forecast for milk price income on dairy farms is looking to be less than it was in 2014.

For all of 2015, Class III futures are currently averaging $16.51/cwt, which would put the average mailbox price in Federal Order 33 at about $18/cwt for the year.

Milk prices are good now, but get ready for a change.

USDA December forecast for the incoming year has been so bad over the last 10 years that it is very tempting to advise people to take a position opposite to the forecast.

Since September 2006, U.S. corn has not traded under $3/bushel -- not one single time -- and chances are good that we will never see corn under $3 per bushel ever again. Meanwhile, milk prices have played yo-yo like never before.
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