Whey and Dry Dairy Product Markets

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For the Week of April 25 - 29, 2016

Released Date: April 28, 2016

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WPC
Central & West

Whey Powder
Central (Edible)

Lactose
Central & West

Nonfat Dry Milk
Central & East

Buttermilk Powder
Central & East

Edible 34% Protein
.5600 (NC) —.7300 (NC)

Mostly
.5650(NC) — .6500(NC)

Nonhygroscopic
.1800 (NC) — .2750(-½)

Mostly
.2100 (NC) — .2550 (-½)

Edible
.2000 (+2) — .3550 (NC)

Mostly
.2100 (NC) — .2950 (+2)

Low/Medium Heat
.7150 (+½) — .8250 (NC)

Mostly
.7500 (+2) — .7800 (+2)

.7000(NC) —.8050 (NC)

Whey Powder
West (Edible)

Casein
Central & West

Nonfat Dry Milk
Central & East

Buttermilk
Western

  Nonhygroscopic
.2200 (NC) — .2750(-½)

Mostly
.2225 (-¾) — .2500(NC)

Rennet
2.2500 (NC) — 2.7000 (-20)

Acid
2.4000 (NC) — $2.7500 (-20)

High Heat
.8700 (-1) —.9700 (-5)

.6700 (NC) — .8300 (+4)

Mostly
.6900 (NC) — .7400 (NC)

Animal Feed
Whey
Central

Whey Powder
Northeast (Edible)

Whole Milk

Nonfat Dry Milk
Western

Milk Replacer
.1250(NC) — .2150(-½)

.2200(NC) — .2750 (-½) National
1.1000 (-18) — 1.3300 (NC)

Low/Medium Heat
.7050 (+2½) — .7900 (+½)

.7425 (+2¾) —.7750(+2¾)

 

Nonfat Dry Milk
Western

     

High Heat
.8200 (NC) — .9500 (-12¼)


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