U.S. dairy industry stabilizing

U.S. dairy industry stabilizing

Pace of milk production increase will influence dairy prices in second half of year.

DOMESTIC dairy markets appear to have stabilized, and U.S. milk production growth may also be stabilizing (Table), Peter Vitaliano, National Milk Producers Federation vice president of economic policy and market research, noted in the group's June "Dairy Market Report."

Vitaliano said the future track for milk production will have a deciding influence on prices and margins in the second half of 2015.

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