One of the oldest tools is still one of the most important. It is a long-range forecast.
When all was said and done, milk and dairy product sales during first half of 2015 were virtually unchanged from one year earlier. In other words, flat.
Dairy product sales continue their historical growth pattern in the U.S., which is good news for milk prices.
At least until the middle of next year.
Dairy nutritionists are feeding sugars as a “quick energy” source for rumen microbes.
Dairy exports aren't as bad as the media is making it sound.
There is upside potential in second and third quarters—unless my forecast is right and others are wrong.
Don’t stop milking your cows. Simply stop calling it milk.
A reduction in the milk supply in the U.S., Europe and Oceania during 2013 pointed toward higher milk prices during 2014. Robust demand worldwide—particularly from China—added fuel to the fire.