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User Picture Brian Dougherty
  • 620
  • Dubuque, IA

On-Farm Production of Green Anhydrous Ammonia

 
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Producing your own anhydrous ammonia on the farm with renewable energy might seem like a pipe dream but it's about to become a reality. Fuel Positive is a Canadian company that is rolling out a containerized  system that uses air, water, and either grid-tied or renewable electri…

User Picture Kent Bennis
  • 2950
  • Delmar, Iowa

Phosphate Utilization

 
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TopYielders, Given the cost of Phosphorus this Fall, I'm looking to use PMax to increase Phosphate utilization.  What experience have you had with PMax or other Phosphate enhancing products?

User Picture Chris Bowman
  • 140
  • Clinton County Iowa

Crop inputs for 2023

 
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Fertilizer currently at all time highs, but will markets soften at all before 2023 input season? Will there be a better time to buy with current world events and economics? Should we purchase fertilizers this summer even if prices don't soften? 

User Picture Doug Edge
  • 380
  • Pendleton, Indiana

50% Surge in Fertilizer Prices

 
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Texas A&M Agricultural and Food Policy Center (AFPC) shows supply chain disruptions are wreaking havoc on nitrogen, potassium and phosphorous prices, costing feedgrain farms the most. Study Article

What are you doing to help reduce the impact of these high prices?  

User Picture Kent Bennis
  • 2950
  • Delmar, Iowa

Crop Nutrient Alternatives

 
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https://mapi.rfdtv.com/news/getstory/12514

 

Manure has the highest value it’s ever had.  Farmers entertaining new livestock buildings in 2022 can anticipate a better ROI if commodity prices and crop nutrients stay close to these levels  What do others think?

 

User Picture Darcie Gallagher
  • 430
  • Jefferson County, Nebraska

Farmers Ask US Justice Department to Investigate Fertilizer Price Spikes

 
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The Family Farm Action Alliance sent a letter to the Department of Justice to investigate the insane spike in fertilizer prices throughout the recent months. As stated, prices are “not based on basic supply and demand, but rather on the price the price is paid for their commodit…

User Picture Darcie Gallagher
  • 430
  • Jefferson County, Nebraska

Koch Announces Cost Increase for N Stabilizers

 
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Koch Agronomic Services has announced that some of the Nitrogen Stabilizer products that they produce will increase in price. This increase is from November 1st and on, like other sectors the price increases stem back to price increases on the materials and supply chain disrupti…

User Picture Kent Bennis
  • 2950
  • Delmar, Iowa

Nitrogen Pricing

 
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The current price for 32% nitrogen in Eastern Iowa for 2022 crop is $600/ton.

At $0.94/unit corn on corn acres will evaporate.  Nitrogen pricing has already reduced forecasted acres nearly 2 million for the US next year.

North Dakota will plant wheat, barley, canola, soybeans, s…

User Picture Sean McMahon
  • 3465
  • Dallas County, Iowa