Whey and Dry Dairy Product Markets

For the Week of February 17 - 21, 2020

Released Date:
February 20, 2020

 

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WPC
Central & West
Dry Whey Powder
Central Edible
Lactose
Central & West   
Nonfat Dry Milk
Central & East

Edible 34% Protein
.9000 (NC) — 1.1725 (NC)

Mostly
.9500 (NC) — 1.0800 (NC)

Nonhygroscopic
.3200 (NC) — .4000 (+1)

Mostly
.3475 (+¾) — .3800 (NC)
Edible
.2400 (NC) — .4150 (+1½)

Mostly
.2800 (NC) — .3300 (NC)
Low/Medium Heat
1.1700 (-3) — 1.2700 (-1)
Mostly
1.2000 (-4) — 1.2400 (-3)
High Heat
1.2700 (NC) — 1.3500 (-1)
Animal Feed Whey
Central
Dry Whey Powder
West Edible

Buttermilk Powder

Nonfat Dry Milk
Western

Milk Replacer
.2900 (NC) — .3200 (+2)

Nonhygroscopic
.3175 (NC) — .4300 (-2)

Mostly
.3500 (NC) — .4000 ()

Central & East
1.1400 (NC) — 1.2050 (+1¼)
West
1.1000 (NC) — 1.1900 (NC)
Mostly
1.1400 (NC) — 1.1800 (+1)

Low/Medium Heat
1.1400 (-3½) — 1.2625 (-1)
Mostly
1.1850 (-1½) — 1.2350 (-1½)
High Heat
1.3000 (-2) — 1.3800 (-½)

Casein
Dry Whey Powder
Northeast

 

Whole Milk
National

Rennet
4.4000 (-6) — 4.5450 (+1)

Acid
3.6250 () — 3.8400 (NC)

.3150 (NC) — .4000 (-½)

 

National
1.7500 (NC) — 1.9000 (+5)

 

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