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Lower Fertility Prices Likely Coming / Nozzle Selection

August 9th, 2016|0 Comments

Fertilizer Update by Rob Fritz Lower prices on the horizon? We are expecting fall fill prices to come out soon.  From all indicators, it looks like fertilizer will be lower and possibly much lower than last season.  […]

Beware Locking in 2017 Urea / GPS and Sprayer Boom Section Control

June 20th, 2016|0 Comments

Fertilizer Update by Rob Fritz I have been getting reports of people trying to lock in 2017 urea right now. It better be priced pretty low because we can get urea out of the Twin […]

Fertilizer Prices Continue Decline / Dig to Check Seeding When Planting

June 6th, 2016|0 Comments

Fertilizer Update by Rob Fritz Fertilizer prices are heading down. Urea is now available in the Twin Cities for less than $260.00/ton. This puts dry N at a huge price advantage over liquid sources […]

Fertilizer Prices Continue Slight Declines / Harvest Safety on the Road

October 15th, 2015|Comments Off on Fertilizer Prices Continue Slight Declines / Harvest Safety on the Road

Fertilizer Update by Rob Fritz Fertilizer prices are heading down. Urea is now available in the Twin Cities for less than $260.00/ton. This puts dry N at a huge price advantage over liquid sources […]

Short Planting Season Creates Fertilizer Delivery Delays / Make Sure Your Chemical Handling Equipment is Ready

Fertilizer Update by Rob Fritz

Rob Fritz

Fertilizer supply at the terminals is excellent, and pricing remains stable.  If you have dry fertilizer needs for the spring, the biggest issue will be delivery issues to your farm due to limited trucks pulling during planting season.  I expect liquid deliveries to also become more problematic because the shorter planting season creates more pressure on fertilizer trucking schedules. Call us for more information at 1-800-274-3389. Click here to send Rob an e-mail.    

Equipment Tips by Mike Bemboom

Mike Bemboom

Make Sure Your Chemical Handling Equipment is Ready for the Spring Rush

Check the condition of your chemical handling equipment because as we get into spring, you may need to pump bulk chemical or fertilizer. Pumps are like most pieces of equipment and need maintenance to work properly year in and year out. Cracked or leaking hoses should be replaced to prevent any possible spills or down time when you need to get rolling in the later planting season. Give me a call at 1-800-274-3389 if you have any questions. Click here to send Mike an e-mail.   [table “1” not found /]
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