2017 Dry Whey -

Nonhygroscopic & Mostly Ranges: Central, West, Northeast

2016 Dry Whey Prices2015 Dry Whey Prices2014 Dry Whey Prices2013 Dry Whey Prices2012 Dry Whey Prices

 


Week

Dry Whey Central (Edible)

Dry Whey
West (Edible)

Dry Whey Northeast

January 30 - February 3

 

Nonhygroscopic:
.4025 - .5400

Mostly
.4200 - .4700
Nonhygroscopic:
.4300 - .5550

Mostly
.4450 - .5225
.4300 - .5650

January 23 - 27

 

Nonhygroscopic:
.3875 - .5200

Mostly
.4025 - .4575
Nonhygroscopic:
.4200 - .5500

Mostly
.4375 - .5000
.4275 - .5100

January 16 - 20

 

Nonhygroscopic:
.3800 - .5200

Mostly
.4025 - .4475
Nonhygroscopic:
.4200 - .5500

Mostly
.4375 - .4800
.4275 - .5000

January 9 - 13

 

Nonhygroscopic:
.3800 - .4875

Mostly
.4025 - .4300
Nonhygroscopic:
.4000 - .5500

Mostly
.4350 - .4750
.3900 - .4675

January 2 - 6

 

Nonhygroscopic:
.3600 - .4600

Mostly
.3900 - .4300
Nonhygroscopic:
.3750 - .4800

Mostly
.4200 - .4750
.3900 - .4600

Current and historic dry whey pricing as reported by USDA's Dairy Market News

 

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