Most U.S. dairy products had higher production in March

United States
Published May 6, 2023

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Several dairy products had more production in March.

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USDA’s National Ag Statistics Service says total cheese output was 1.23 billion pounds excluding cottage cheese. That’s 11.7% higher than in February but 0.2% less than a year ago. Italian-type cheeses totaled 512 million pounds, up 11.5% from February but 1.5% below March of last year. American-type cheese production totaled 499 million pounds, 12.5% higher than in February and 3.2% higher than in March of 2022. Wisconsin and California remain the top cheese producers, accounting for nearly 43% of all U.S. cheese production. Butter production rose 9.5% from February to 205 million pounds. That is 1.4% higher than March of last year. Year-over-year nonfat dry milk production rose 4.4%. Skim milk powder production fell 16.1%. Lactose production was up ...
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