2019 Dry Whey -Nonhygroscopic & Mostly: Central, West, Northeast

2015 Dry Whey Prices - 2016 Dry Whey Prices - 2017 Dry Whey Prices - 2018 Dry Whey Prices

 

Week

Dry Whey
Central (Edible)

Dry Whey
West (Edible)

Dry Whey
NE (Edible)

January 28 - February 1

Nonhygroscopic:
.3700 - .5100

Mostly
.4375 - .5000
Nonhygroscopic:
.3500 - .5375

Mostly
.4450 - .5000
.4800- .5100

January 21 - 25

Nonhygroscopic:
.3700 - .5200

Mostly
.4400 - .5000
Nonhygroscopic:
.3800 - .5375

Mostly
.4500 - .5000
.4775 - .5100

January 14 - 18

Nonhygroscopic:
.3700 - .5200

Mostly
.4400 - .5000
Nonhygroscopic:
.4300 - .5450

Mostly
.4500 - .5000
.4775 - .5175

January 7 - 11

Nonhygroscopic:
.3800 - .5500

Mostly
.4400 - .5000
Nonhygroscopic:
.4000 - .5350

Mostly
.4350 - .4900
.4725 - .5050

December 31 - January 4

Nonhygroscopic:
.3800 - .5100

Mostly
.4400 - .4700
Nonhygroscopic:
.3775 - .5350

Mostly
.4325 - .4800
.4725 - .4975
 

Current and historic dry whey pricing as reported by USDA's Dairy Market News

 

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