Pubs & Podcasts --> Outlook --> March, 2016

US milk production continues to build along with cheese and butter stocks. As we head into the spring flush, there is a lot of milk in the Northeast and Upper Midwest while some Western states continue to lose production. Mark and Bob discuss the prospect for milk prices given these market forces. The video is about 12 minutes long.

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 We've been asked to provide links to the graphs used in the podcast. Please find links below to each of the images.
U.S. Milk Production

U.S. Cow Numbers

U.S. Milk per Cow

California Percent Change in Milk Production

Wisconsin Percent Change in Milk Production
CME Spot Cheddar Cheese Price
CME Spot Nonfat Dry Milk Price
CME Spot Butter Prices

U.S. Cheese Stocks

Powder Exports

Imports and Exports as a Percent of Milk Production

U.S. Cheese Production
Actual and Forecast Margin Protection Program Values
CME Class III and Class IV Milk Futures Prices