Fertiliser Price Tracker

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 thinking all will get delivered.

C B

I got mine from you in plenty time. Thankyou.
 

jd6420s

Member
Location
Yorkshire
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 thinking all will get delivered.

C B
They make fertiliser and have been helped along by government to do so. They could start selling it. They know they are creating panic by not selling. The importers are at least selling it and are giving farmers the choice to buy or not.
 

crazy_bull

Member
Livestock Farmer
Location
Huntingdon
They make fertiliser and have been helped along by government to do so. They could start selling it. They know they are creating panic by not selling. The importers are at least selling it and are giving farmers the choice to buy or not.
They need to supply existing orders first. The government has helped them to keep co2 flowing not fert.
 

fudge

Member
Arable Farmer
Location
Lincolnshire.
I’d do it average purchase price. How do you know when you want to buy your replacement and what price would it be at that point?
Well you could use the price next spring as replacement cost? I always ignore anything other than the price I paid, not so sure this is necessarily the right approach ATM.
 

B'o'B

Member
Arable Farmer
Location
Rutland
Good question, I guess you need to need to factor forgone revenue as to what you could sell it or replace it at, so replacement cost. Depends if you want to make yourself feel happy or sad 😂🤦‍♂️

CB
What you could sell it for only figures if you wouldn’t lose output by selling it. (Why did you buy fert in the first place if you didn’t think it was going to improve your output!)
If re-selling your fertilizer is likely to match your profit from selling your 2022 crop output then fair enough.
 
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