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Discussion in 'Cropping' started by TFF, Feb 14, 2013.
Any prices for 20/10/10 or 21/8/11 or similar compound or blend
Anyone want to quote for 5 tonne DAP ?
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DAP was £410 last week
That’s down to them ! We don’t get involved, just provide the free faculty - there are about 15 suppliers on the fert request quote email so I would be surprised if none wanted the business !
Tbf I put a ad in price me bit a couple of years ago for a price on urea. Had a few quotes from different merchants and ended up buying off of one. I must have now bought about 15 loads from them of one thing or another.
I think the 'quote me' section is a great idea but I tried it for the first time a few weeks ago and only had one response and they were more expensive than MVF.
Bought some last Friday 20 10 10 for around £284
But I'm finding out this year i seem to get my buying decisions a bit wrong
Thanks it’s plenty of money isnt it?
Anybody had a price for blue bag nitram?
Oh yes and it's probably cheaper this week
It was only a 10 ton load made up of nitrogen and 20 10 10
33.5 granular was £275 last week
Funny enough yara extran 33.5 was quoted at over £300 with 34.5 being less money
I like abit of cut n graze but its up £50/t on last yr so thats a no no.
Is there a way of tracking the Urea price? I need some but I'm still banking on a further fall
http://www.fertilizerworks.com/sites/default/files/reports/Stats Page - 25 January 2019.pdf
this may help a bit William
I think the current urea fall is more to do with the strength of the pound against the dollar than anything else
Anybody had 0 20 30 price recently?
Quoted today for 60 tons, 50 of which 34.5N and 10 tons 21/8/11+7S or 20/10/10/7S
Big brand N £282
Big brand 21/8/11 £317
'Imported' N. £267
I've no idea whether these prices are as good as possible or not. They needed at least two artic loads for that price apparently. Payment March/April/May, which is included but adds a couple of quid I guess.