CF haven’t offered any fresh terms since they announced the closure, so are yet to take advantage of these mental high prices, it’s only been imported gear or product held in merchants stores that has benefited from the price rises.
Several of my July loads got delivered today, so am still...
Makes me confused.com why CF are singled out as the devil for stopping producing when as far as I’m aware every other manufacturer in Europe has shut some of their plants or all.
certainly does none of them any good to not be producing tonnes to sell.
no different to people fallowing land...
sorry but as I keep saying it’s being driven by influences outside of the UK. You could all not buy until the spring and the market will have done it’s own thing up up then up up up again.
look beyond our shores, just like the grain.
this market is running despite the UK, been saying it for months, (granted didn’t forecast it getting to this much of a sh!t show globally) watch it get worse if China bans urea exports.
There is not enough N to go round globally.
With bog roll and petrol there is enough just people decided to...
urea is flying up in price globally, as I have mentioned a few times, the rest of the world is in a similar situation to here, it’s not just here there have been shut downs, I believe even some of the favourite imported production facilities may have been stopped.
this is not just a UK issue...
Of that I’m not sure, surely a proportion.
similarly surely everyone hedged their fertiliser at lower prices?
I suspect it’s a physical supply issue if them and other plants all accross Europe are shutting down. Else they would keep producing but put product prices up?