Minnesota and Wisconsin milk producers were averaging $20.40 per hundredweight, Minnesota farmers seeing a dime dip since May. Milk money flowing in was way ahead of a year ago when Wisconsin milk sellers were getting $17.00 per hundred pounds, some $3.40 lower than now. A year ago Minnesota was at $17.30.
Corn and soybean market prices gained, a bushel of corn selling for 6-dollars and 80-cents, 22 cents under national average. Alfalfa hay prices still averaged $275 per ton, nearly twice as much as a year ago.