I suppose p/kg N is an easy way to compare products. This year I have bought urea and CAN. Early bought urea the cheapest, then CAN , then later bought urea.Why dont you just put up the price per ton,or is p/kg of N some kind of trade speak...........................or does it seem less painful that way.
How can something that was never priced be reneged on?This I’m afraid is partly true. It’s the later delivery that was never given a firm price by CF that they have effectively reneged on.
As I understand it CF were told the tonneage required and the delivery months requested and they accepted that they would put that in as orders and price when they had terms for those months. Effectively it was a trust order in my opinion. They, however, have now said they will only honour the deliveries up to the spot months they had priced for. Not much point in putting a buying pool together if you only get the spot price on the day of order. I do though think communication obviously wasn’t great either.How can something that was never priced be reneged on?
I have heard of an agronomy group who carried on selling despite terms having been pulled, so they are having an interesting time themselves I guess.
Is that nitram or a sulphur N mix?Bought mine the day CF made their announcement and was told November delivery.
Phone call yesterday, first load arrives today…!
I realise someone will always be top of the list, but it does make me wonder how much they really have sold.