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I've only been pricing NH3 (~$0.45/lb delivered).

My theory is that N pricing should be going down. Corn price is still down which means unless there is a correction before plant15, there will likely be more soys and less corn. That means less N needed. Also, harvest is late everywhere - from the US Midwest through to (almost) all of the Canadian Prairies. That means less time to do fall fertilizer than normal. As a result, I'm thinking that N pricing should go down to encourage more guys to either apply this fall or (in the case of granular/liquid) take delivery this fall. Maybe I'm right...maybe I'm wrong...that's the great part about this business!!!

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Taking delivery next week they said they could do it. Bought at Cargill tried CPS but lady there never got back to me I guess my money not green enough for her. Use to buy all our inputs at POOL and Viterra but since CPS took over cant seem to get a price from them.
 

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Taking delivery next week they said they could do it. Bought at Cargill tried CPS but lady there never got back to me I guess my money not green enough for her. Use to buy all our inputs at POOL and Viterra but since CPS took over cant seem to get a price from them.
CPS too busy restructuring and closing outlets to retail product?:D

Was quoted 315/MT for 28-0-0, which works out to $.518/# or 525/MT for urea
 
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