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Class 1 Drops, Class 4 Rises - Since Dairy producers experienced record-high milk prices of over $26/CWT in October of 2014, prices began declining like a stone rolling down a mountain, and it has not stopped yet. With a weakening global economy and a very large supply of milk, Class 1 milk prices dropped another $0.42 from February, to a minimum price of $16.66/CWT in Northern California and $16.93/CWT in Southern California for the month of March. Compared to 2014 March prices for Class 1 milk, this is a negative difference of $8.72. Learn current prices for the other milk classes and the contributing factors in the industry by reading this story in the March issue of California Dairy magazine.
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