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Corn prices have been on the rise this summer. Dr. Mike Hutjens tells us more:
The Agriculture Department announced the August Federal Order Class I base milk price at $17.89 per hundredweight, up 71 cents from July, $3.74 above August 2018, and the highest Class I price since January 2015’s $18.58. It equates to $1.54 per gallon, up from $1.22 a year ago. The 2019 Class I average stands at $16.34, up from $14.54 a year ago and 3 cents shy of 2017’s average.
Prevented planting is the failure to plant an insured crop with the proper equipment by the final planting date or during the late planting period. Dr. Mike Hutjens tells us more on this week’s Feed Forum Friday:
CWT continues to post strong numbers by assisting member cooperatives in securing contracts to sell dairy products to places like Asia, Central America, the Middle East, Oceania and South America. National Milk’s Chris Galen gives us an update on today’s Dairy Radio:
The role of B vitamins in the dairy cow rations and the impact it has on performance and health: