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goodevans

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I have a few old farmer and stockbreeders on loan at the moment,sad thing is when I was a child I can remember a chest being full of them and now they have all gone
 

DeeGee

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I have a few old farmer and stockbreeders on loan at the moment,sad thing is when I was a child I can remember a chest being full of them and now they have all gone
It’s a fine line between being a compulsive hoarder keeping everything, and just now and then putting aside occasional papers and magazines for posterity.
I do have some old stuff but I wish I had kept perhaps just one edition per annum from farm mags, local papers etc from the past sixty years. Like your Fisons ad, they would have made fascinating reading today!
 

goodevans

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It’s a fine line between being a compulsive hoarder keeping everything, and just now and then putting aside occasional papers and magazines for posterity.
I do have some old stuff but I wish I had kept perhaps just one edition per annum from farm mags, local papers etc from the past sixty years. Like your Fisons ad, they would have made fascinating reading today!
I try to put one up for the nearest Friday to my sons birthday every year
 
Who did you get that from tarw Coch?
It’s off our local lime supplier, an elderly one man band but the bill will almost certainly come from Thomas Bell.

It’s for a bit to put on grass late summer , I’m not having a full 15 ton, a few ton will be dropped off here for someone else to pick up to get a bigger load for a better rate
 

Eartha Kitt

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C B is correct - India cannot get hold of sufficient tonnes at the right price, mainly due to the lack of Chinese tonnes. India needs circa 1.5mn tonnes. The latest urea tender has just finished and India only secured to 120,000mt. So this means another tender, probably next week. The next 60 days urea prices are firm and AN is starting to look cheap against urea. Beyond this it is difficult to predict, as China could have more export availability. I don't really see much downside, and I don't see urea or AN getting near the early offers... that ship has sailed. Sub £200 for Nitram and sub £220 for urea was a no-brainer. Even todays N prices aren't too bad.
 

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