What’s everyone hearing on liquid pricing prepaid for spring?
Has anyone priced 32% for 2024?
32% - $396 last fall, booked all that I needed. 10-34-0 - $640 but have 65 ton left from last year @ $460.
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Potash - $747
28-0-0-3s - 610
46 - 0-0 - 945
44-0-0 ESN - 1145
10-34-0 - 779
All NY prices.
$ 865 ton for potash
$ 940 ton for map
$ 790 ton for 10-34-0
$ 580 ton for 28%
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EC IL Prepay
We booked DAP for $700 and Potash for $497 back in October
need 25% cash down
What a rip off. Soon as they jack the price up enough you will be able to get all you need
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We’re in a little different situation than the “drought” in Iowa were they only cut 150-180 bu corn.
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Anhydrous prices as quoted by FBN farmers on Dec 6th. High prices across the country, but some differences regionally.
Direct shipped cash price from port of Catoosa, FOB
$ 825 DAP
$ 870 MAP
Liquid FOB Cofeyville
That’s mirrors a lot in the south. We are higher on 28
Remember the four dollar a gallon LP a few years ago
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650 in Arnold, Ne last week for 32-0-0
Little bit of market insight…
Where is this information posted originally
Granular urea in Alberta Canada is 1375 a ton right now
32 and 28 with S is 700 delivered and expected to be 1000-1200 first of the year.
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If you can get a price here on anything, you have to take delivery right away, nothing deferred
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Just locked in 32 for 585. Have to pay all up front. Screwed up my balance sheet for years to come I would imagine.
That was in Hemingford. They had a week that price was good. It was only for so many tons to sell. When they were gone they were gone.
Where did you find that price ******?
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It might mess up your taxes but it isn’t wrecking your balance sheet
I just bought 25-0-0-4 for $430 ton. I was told it will be $530 next year
Maybe….but remember who is telling you that….
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