Several factors have led to lower dairy prices. But Rod Bain has a report looking at the outlook for dairy producers from both a price and a demand perspective going forward.
USDA’s first forecasts for the 2020 marketing year reveals increases in both production and price for meat and dairy producers. Rod Bain reports.
USDA has trimmed its forecast for 2019 beef production and increased its steer price projection. Gary Crawford has more on that, along with what could possibly happen to milk production and prices this year with predictions of a shrinking U.S. dairy herd.
In this Blast from the Past episode of Agri View with Everett Griner, Everett talks about dairy production and happy cows in today’s Agri View. BFTP-Happy Cows Can Boost Production
USDA’s latest look at dairy shows trends of more production and lower prices for the next 12 months. Rod Bain has more information. Dairy Production Forecast Up, Price Forecast Down for 2018
2018 promises to be a big year for the dairy industry. An important part of the conversation will be managing volatility and how to improve current price support programs. Like all of agriculture, the dairy industry is eagerly awaiting the launch of a new Farm Bill in January 2019. Policies to improve the current economic climate for the nation’s milk …
Prospects for dairy operators look a little better this year. Gary Crawford has the milk on the story.