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Chae1

Member
Location
Aberdeenshire
Any merchant I have spoken too say supply not going to be a issue. The lads that order it 10 days before they need it might struggle.

The scaremongering on here annoys me. I must learn to ignore it. Will know in a few weeks if there's any foundation to there claims.

Perhaps they are right.

Load I ordered mid December, delivered today.
 

Woody j

Member
Arable Farmer
Any merchant I have spoken too say supply not going to be a issue. The lads that order it 10 days before they need it might struggle.

The scaremongering on here annoys me. I must learn to ignore it. Will know in a few weeks if there's any foundation to there claims.

Perhaps they are right.

Load I ordered mid December, delivered today.
Price ?
 

Flatlander

Member
Arable Farmer
Location
Lorette Manitoba
Heard today prices are stable here. Urea 1300-1350 depending on take and pay now or wait til spring. Pho’s was in the 1250 rang same deal. So not dropping but word was by mid summer it will be trading in the 7-800 range for both products.
 
Any merchant I have spoken too say supply not going to be a issue. The lads that order it 10 days before they need it might struggle.

The scaremongering on here annoys me. I must learn to ignore it. Will know in a few weeks if there's any foundation to there claims.

Perhaps they are right.

Load I ordered mid December, delivered today.
How do you know it's scaremongering if you are still waiting to see if it's true?

Having said that I'm careful about listening to opinions on TFF, we normally order our N in June, and I almost didn't because of wise people on here talking sh1t about how it would be best to leave it and it was too expensive.
Well it turns out they were clueless and I'm quite glad we bought in June for September delivery as usual.
 

Renaultman

Member
Arable Farmer
Location
Darlington
How do you know it's scaremongering if you are still waiting to see if it's true?

Having said that I'm careful about listening to opinions on TFF, we normally order our N in June, and I almost didn't because of wise people on here talking sh1t about how it would be best to leave it and it was too expensive.
Well it turns out they were clueless and I'm quite glad we bought in June for September delivery as usual.
As Clive always says, the value of the advice on here is often what you paid for it. Not aimed at you but I find it astounding the amount of smugness there sometimes is on this forum at times mind when, often by good luck or girt big rubbish folk do get it right.
 

Chae1

Member
Location
Aberdeenshire
How do you know it's scaremongering if you are still waiting to see if it's true?

Having said that I'm careful about listening to opinions on TFF, we normally order our N in June, and I almost didn't because of wise people on here talking sh1t about how it would be best to leave it and it was too expensive.
Well it turns out they were clueless and I'm quite glad we bought in June for September delivery as usual.
Well done.👍 you were right again.
 

haymaker80

Member
Location
Stafford
Any merchant I have spoken too say supply not going to be a issue. The lads that order it 10 days before they need it might struggle.

The scaremongering on here annoys me. I must learn to ignore it. Will know in a few weeks if there's any foundation to there claims.

Perhaps they are right.

Load I ordered mid December, delivered today.
Same here, ordered mid December for end of January delivery, been delivered this morning. The haulage company wanted to deliver it 2 days after I ordered it, threatened that I might not get it til March or April if I didn't take it due to shortage of hauliers 🤣🤣
 

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