Wisconsin's dairy price was a dollar and 30-cents higher than the national average. The lowest milk price was $19.40 per hundredweight in California.
Milk in Wisconsin was bringing $20.40 on average a year ago, some $3 less than what dairy farmers are now making, according to dairy agriculture statistics.
In other farm prices, corn in Wisconsin was selling for an average $6.30 per bushel in November, 55 cents ahead of a year ago.
Soybeans were selling for an average $13.50 per bushel price in November, down 40 cents from October, yet $1.60 higher than a year ago.
Alfalfa hay in Wisconsin sold for an average $190 per ton in November, up $25 from October and $60 above prices paid a year ago.