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Fall price uan (28-0-0) coming in high

Been getting call (already) for fall liquid tank fill up, with grain markets where they are at these quotes are just absurd, they are same as spring almost $25 a tonne less.
Most companies said they are gonna fill, i just feel why buy now already when price is ****, last year it was $70 a tonne cheaper and canola was $11 on the board, no where near that now or wheat.
What you guys thinking?

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I agree 46-00 is to high also.

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Nutrien shares up 8.2% yesterday on increased 2nd quarter revenue even though it was a tough seeding for US farmers and not all acres were planted. Guess were that increased revenue came from...... you.
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Is that take home price or lock in for spring , think something is missing
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Been getting call (already) for fall liquid tank fill up, with grain markets where they are at these quotes are just absurd, they are same as spring almost $25 a tonne less.
Most companies said they are gonna fill, i just feel why buy now already when price is ****, last year it was $70 a tonne cheaper and canola was $11 on the board, no where near that now or wheat.
What you guys thinking?
I've had a standing price on 28-0-0 for a month now from one retail. That should tell a guy something. Another big retail is holding out on their purchase. Says, Koch thinks they under priced themselves last year and year before on summer fill and sold out too quick.
Hard to know what to do. Best offer we have is $290.
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We need an independent to set up a fertilizer plant in southeast Sask, make N from all that gas they're flaring off 24/7.
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Been getting call (already) for fall liquid tank fill up, with grain markets where they are at these quotes are just absurd, they are same as spring almost $25 a tonne less.
Most companies said they are gonna fill, i just feel why buy now already when price is ****, last year it was $70 a tonne cheaper and canola was $11 on the board, no where near that now or wheat.
What you guys thinking?
Fertilizer company doesn't care what we sell our grain for, only what they can sell their product for.

I bought my urea about 45 days ago now, all 4 Canadian plants were priced exactly the same. Couple days later they pulled the bids(yep, all 4 at same time) and next week price was a bunch higher! Can't tell me they aren't all working together.

Usually 28-0-0 booking is cheapest in June if I understand correctly? I'd be concerned about missing the boat at this point. There is a scenario where price goes up and price could go down later too, but my money is on it going up....obviously because I already bought.

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This will be the first time in quit a while I haven’t bought urea before harvest. $470 was the best price I’ve seen around here for about a month. Maybe I waited to long swman? Was your price better ?

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This will be the first time in quit a while I havenít bought urea before harvest. $470 was the best price Iíve seen around here for about a month. Maybe I waited to long swman? Was your price better ?
It was better, but I don't know if you waited too long....will know in about half a year. Ha Ha
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It was better, but I don't know if you waited too long....will know in about half a year. Ha Ha
Do you buy and take now?


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