Source: USDA Livestock, Dairy, and Poultry Outlook No. (LDP-M-326) 29 pp BY RUSSELL KNIGHT, CHRISTOPHER G. DAVIS, WILLIAM HAHN, JERRY CESSNA, ANGEL TERAN, MILDRED HALEY, ADRIANA VALCU-LISMAN, AND GRACE GROSSEN The Livestock, Dairy, and Poultry Outlook for August 2021 analyzes economic impacts of month-to-month changes in USDA’s World Agricultural Supply...
Source: Capital Press Direct payments to dairy farmers for lost sales and government purchases of dairy products for people in need — both related to the COVID-19 pandemic — have benefited the dairy industry. But they’ve also pushed milk production growth...
Source: Alberta Agriculture and Forestry The annual Economics of Milk Production publication provides information on the costs and returns of producing milk in Alberta. ‘Dairy farmers closely watch their costs and returns to remain efficient and profitable,’ says Pauline Van Biert,...
Source: The University of Tennessee Institute of Agriculture Milk Production Milk production in the 24 major states during September totaled 17.3 billion pounds, up 0.4% from September 2020. Production per cow for September averaged 1,937 pounds. The number of milk cows...
Source: Univ of Illinois news release Higher milk prices still resulted in continued negative economic returns for Illinois dairy producers in 2019, according to figures summarized by the Illinois Farm Business Farm Management Association. The average net price received per 100...
Source: Mercaris news release As organic small grains harvest has nearly concluded following a troublesome summer, Mercaris released its monthly organic update today which encompasses trends in grain and feed prices, livestock inventories and organic imports. The report looks at...
Source: USDA news release The supply of fluid cow's milk available for U.S. consumers to drink decreased by 42 percent from 1979 to 2019, from 28.1 gallons per person to 16.3 gallons, according to USDA, Economic Research Service (ERS) food...
Source: USDA, Economic Research Service, Livestock, Dairy, and Poultry Outlook, LDP-M-317, November 17, 2020 From the week ending October 3 to the week ending November 7, most wholesale dairy product prices reported in the USDA National Products Sales Report (NDPSR) increased...
Dairy Revenue Protection (DRP) is a federally subsidized insurance program for dairy producers looking to minimize the impact of unanticipated declines in milk prices. Locking in a milk price for a future quarter can be an effective risk management...
Source: USDA Annual milk cost of production estimates vary by State and the size of operation. These estimates are shown below.  For national and regional annual milk cost of production estimates, please go to commodity costs and returns. Milk cost of production...
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