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Fluid Milk and Cream - Western U.S.
Pacific Northwest milk production is steady to lower and in generally good balance with processing needs.

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CME prices push higher, then slip
CME prices push higher, then slip
Columnist Lee Mielke wraps up the week’s dairy industry news.
Export picture promising, but tariffs loom, analyst says
Export picture promising, but tariffs loom, analyst says
The U.S. has alienated its three largest dairy customers, but middlemen could keep exports flowing.
Fluid Milk and Cream - Western U.S.
Industry contacts asseverate that cow comfort has been favorable through the first half of the year, however as the canicular season begins, contacts expect milk production and components to decrease.
Oregon, California farmers reappointed to dairy board
The National Dairy Promotion and Research Board has 37 members from around the country.
Washington 2017 dairy ambassador killed in vehicle collision
Washington 2017 dairy ambassador killed in vehicle collision
Former Washingon dairy ambassador and father die in crash
Mielke: Dairy markets dip, then reverse
Mielke: Dairy markets dip, then reverse
Columnist Lee Mielke wraps up the week’s dairy industry news.
U.S.-Mexico dispute could threaten reputation of U.S. dairy
U.S.-Mexico dispute could threaten reputation of U.S. dairy
Trade uncertainty between the U.S. and Mexico will likely have Mexico looking elsewhere for dairy products and could cast the U.S. as an unreliable trade partner.
Fluid Milk and Cream — Western U.S.
In the mountain states of Idaho, Utah and Colorado, milk production remains strong.
Mielke: Cheese rally short-lived
Mielke: Cheese rally short-lived
Columnist Lee Mielke wraps up the week’s dairy industry news.
Economists: Trade threats weigh on dairy markets
Economists: Trade threats weigh on dairy markets
Trade threat by Mexico and China, in response to U.S. tariffs on imports from those countries, are overriding fundamentals in place for higher milk prices.

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