World prices were lower last week, but US prices remain as cheap or cheaper than other origins in the world market.
Increasing consumption is what is needed to improve dairy farmer incomes and restore the supply/demand balance.
Demand for Corn has been stronger than expected, especially on the export and energy fronts.
US domestic markets remain mostly quiet, but reports indicate that supplies in temporary storage are disappearing.
US markets were a little higher last week as demand for US Wheat held strong in the world markets.