The dairy market’s been strong in the last two months on export demand and government programs providing incentive for consumer dairy purchases. November Class III milk futures hit a contract high this week at $24.09 CWT, and those gains are expected to continue, boosting other contract months (December 2020 futures also hit contract highs this week at $21.16/CWT). But like many in agriculture know well, good times don’t always last. So what will it take to end this bull run in dairy prices? One market-watcher says the most likely cause would be n increase in the U.S. Dollar index, which has been hovering around two-year lows, contributing to strong export sales. But, all signs indicate a top isn’t yet in for the dairy markets. See more on the bullish dairy fundamentals.