GMN":2yn5s8sw said:Someone told me that we could say $30 perm hundred milk for dairy farmers, and milk could go up to $7 a gallon in the store, i don't either, but that sure would be some real good money for us
denvermartinfarms":1l85z2by said:I have heard that grade a will be atleast $28 by may.
bigbull338":rqkhjrnk said:if you see $28 milk.do you have any idea how much supplies an feed will go up to get a bigger peice of the pie.
bigbull338":2ex04zf7 said:TB you maybe right.but around here i dont know if theres any dairy equipment dealers left.i do know the equipment dealers are hurting here or thats what they say.but then again weve bought a few peices of equipment in the last 2 or 3wks.plus i know dairy cows an heifers are fairly cheap.$1200 to $1400 a hd for a potload of cows.open heifers $500 to $650 a hd for a potload.
GMN":363arxot said:Milk prices are bumping close to $23 a cwt now-but with feed being $18 a cwt, and all else crazy high, its not like we are getting ahead.Throw in the drought effects, everyone's feed is just not making the cows milk like they normally do, and the worries of aflatoxins in the corn now-its kind of a worrisome time for dairy farmers.Once in awhile i think is it worth it?