Milk futures were mostly up and cash dairy prices were mixed on the Chicago Mercantile Exchange Thursday.
June Class III milk was up $0.12 at $24.42. July closed down $0.06 at $24.95. August closed up $0.07 at $24.97. September was up $0.13 at $24.84. October through May contracts ranged from six cents lower in May to twenty cents higher in November.
Dry whey was up $0.0175 at $.5425. Three sales were recorded from $0.5325 to $0.5425.
Cheese Blocks were unchanged at $2.2750. Two sales were recorded at $2.2875 and $2.2925.
Cheese Barrels were up $0.05 at $2.3050. Ten trades were made from $2.2525 to $2.3050.
After breaking the three-dollar barrier Wednesday, Butter was unchanged holding at $3.00. Unlike Wednesday where 19 sales were made, there were no butter trades Thursday.
Nonfat dry milk was down $.0150 to $1.87. Four sales were made from $1.87 to $1.8725.