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As has been the case in recent months, fertilizer prices continue to slide lower slowly, according to retailers tracked by DTN for the third week of November 2015. Meanwhile, farmers are becoming more efficient at squeezing more bushels out of
Average retail fertilizer prices continued to slowly slip lower the second week of November 2015, according to retail fertilizer prices tracked by DTN. But that relief could be temporary as OSHA regulations and a landmark lawsuit ultimately may influence price
As has been the case in recent months, fertilizer prices continue to shift slightly lower, according to retailers contacted by DTN in the first week of November 2015. All eight major fertilizers were lower in price compared to a month
Retail prices of most fertilizers followed no particular trend in the past week, with some falling, some increasing and some remaining unchanged, according to dealers tracked by DTN for the fourth week of October 2015. The bottom line is that
Prices of most types of retail fertilizer declined the third week of October 2015, according to dealers tracked by DTN. With the exception of DAP, which remained unchanged last week, prices dropped for other major fertilizer types tracked by DTN.
AMMONIA World and domestic ammonia prices ran flat through October. Export ammonia from Yuzhnyy, FSU, traded at $390 to $405 per metric ton and prices at domestic interior Corn Belt terminals were $540 to $550 per short ton. (All prices
Prices of potash continued to fall to record-breaking lows, dropping another 5% in the past week compared to month-earlier averages, according to DTN’s weekly retail fertilizer survey. Prices of all other major types of fertilizer remained unchanged or with only
Retail fertilizer prices are shifting modestly lower for the 2016 crop, according to dealers tracked by DTN for the first week of October 2015. But liability issues and proposed government safety regulations threaten the retail fertilizer business and prices, long-term.
AMMONIA World ammonia prices moved slightly higher through September. Tons from Yuzhnyy crossed at $390 to $395 early and at month’s end sold at $390 to $405. Prices were mostly sustained by production outages at Russian facilities (mainly turnarounds) and issues
Dried distillers grains prices fell to their lowest point since December 2014 due to lackluster demand from both domestic and export markets. The DTN weekly DDG spot price average fell another $6 in the past two weeks, from $128 on