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Discussion in 'Cropping' started by TFF, Feb 14, 2013.
Urea is just over 300 , puts 34.5 % at 230 ish ,
£235 I make it. Never had much luck with urea here. I find much better performance from the same N applied in Ammonium Nitrate form. Could be that the urea evaporates as ammonia more readily or something. For that reason I've avoided it for the last 15 years or so.
Urea is £275 currently
Is it , no brainer then .
Your big brand N's atleast a fiver too dear p/T on quotes im hearing
We've not used any straight AN for a few years (10) and with the last 2 dry springs its been hard to get the Urea on before any rain. So with that and Brexit looming I though I'd try and help the British boys out by using AN for around half of our application. Having been told prices were coming out at around the £170-180/ Tonne mark...……. I thought that sounds ok I'll have a bit of that but don't put my name on any until you have a firm price. Well when the price or British was announced it was £230 and about 6 weeks after I'd bought 5 loads of urea.
Anyway I still need 2-3 loads and was quoted mid £260s last week for imported AN. If it gets below £250 I'll buy some if not I'll wait until we need it.
Remember to contingency plan for brexit.
Yes , ordered mine for July delivery , came October . suppose you could go to Hull and look at the queue .
Ordered 10 ton of lithan today. £260 delivered
Transport would be pushing it I would think
Where both come into play when suppliers are buying vessels - It's a tad late now for any more UREA vessels to arrive into the U.K. SO! It goes from the worldwide market & £/$ strength to more of a local war depending how much stock suppliers are carrying. I'm sure suppliers will not be keen to have sheds full of UREA come late springtime. The price drop you are seeing currently is to do with suppliers wanting rid of their stock. I wouldn't be surprised if it came off a tad more, however be wary that prices may increase if stock does become short.
Ordered today 20 10 10
24 0 15 +7s blends
Both @ £276
What brand, origin?
Not sure to be honest, guess so
What port does urea get imported into in up north ?anyone tried buying direct and organising your own transport
It goes into Seaham but I think that's distressed for timber. It can be and has been brought into the Tees and the Tyne (and the Humber of course)
You selling Fert as well now Adam? Granular?
Any prices on CAN ?
Any nitrogen/sulphur prices around for 20 ton