Posts Tagged ‘retail fertilizer prices’

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DTN Fertilizer Outlook: Winter’s Arrival May Delay Some Buying

An early onset of winter-like temperatures and snow has stopped fertilizer application in the Corn Belt and may transfer some […]

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DTN Fertilizer Trends: Prices Show Little Movement

Fertilizer prices continue to be unmoved, according to fertilizer retailers tracked by DTN for the second week of November. Steady […]

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DTN Fertilizer Trends: Growers Grapple with Delaying Applications

Retail fertilizer prices tracked by DTN for the first week of November continue to show very little price movement, which […]

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DTN Fertilizer Trends: Farmers Face Tough Buying Decisions

Prices of retail fertilizer for the last week of October tracked by DTN varied very little from the month prior […]

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DTN Fertilizer Outlook: Demand May Fall with Crop Prices

Lower crop prices may reduce demand for some fertilizers this fall, especially P and K, which is likely to put […]

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DTN Fertilizer Trends: Stubborn Prices Pose Dilemma for Grain Farmers

Prices of retail fertilizer tracked by DTN for the fourth week of October continued on a steady trend with very […]

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DTN Fertilizer Trends: High Costs May Alter Growers’ Tactics for 2015

As harvest progresses, retail fertilizer prices tracked by DTN for the third week of October continue on an level trend, […]

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DTN Fertilizer Trends: Prices Show Little Movement

With harvest in full tilt, retail fertilizer prices tracked by DTN for the first week of October continue to show […]

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DTN Fertilizer Trends: Prices Disconnected from Grain Market Collapse

As has been the case in recent weeks, retail fertilizer prices continued to be extremely steady the last week of […]

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DTN Fertilizer Trends: State Averages for Anhydrous Vary Widely

Average retail fertilizer prices continue to hold fairly steady the fourth week of September 2014, according to retail fertilizer prices […]

Sunbelt Ag News

    DTN Cotton Open: Posts Slight Gains in Quiet Trade11-26

    Wheat: Make One Last Scouting Trip This Fall — DTN11-26

    Farm Income Down 21%; Expenses Up 5.7% – USDA Forecast11-26

    DTN Livestock Open: Futures to Start on Mixed Basis11-26

    DTN Grain Open: Wheat Leads Markets Higher11-26

    Keith Good: Net Farm Income to Drop 21.1% from 2013, ERS Forecasts11-26

    DTN Livestock Close: Feeder Futures Knocked Hard for 2nd Session11-25

    Livestock: 6 Tips to Fight PEDv This Fall11-25

    Doane Cotton Close: Outside Strength Helps Prices Rebound11-25

    AgFax Cotton Review: New Stink Bug App; India Exports Drop11-25

    DTN Cotton Close: Higher on Light Volume11-25

    Tax Breaks: Waiting for 2014 Equipment Deduction, Biofuel – DTN11-25

    DTN Grain Close: Bean Complex Rallies, Grains Follow11-25

    USDA: Weekly National Peanut Prices11-25

    Georgia: 10 Farm Bill Meetings Scheduled for Mid Dec.11-25

    AgFax Rice Review: Iraq Resumes U.S. Purchases; Cambodia Wins Best Rice Award11-25

    DTN Livestock Midday: Cattle Futures Hold Sharp Losses11-25

    Winter Weather Creates More Problems for Railroads — DTN11-25

    Future of Cellulosic Biofuels in U.S. Questioned — DTN11-25

    DTN Grain Midday: Soybeans Lead Trade Higher11-25

    AgFax Peanut Review: Growers Urged to Plant Earlier; Texoma Sells Drying Facility11-25

    Shurley on Cotton: New Round of Weakness Sets In11-25

    Welch on Wheat: Crop Condition Down Slightly11-24

    AFB Grain-Soybean Close: Corn Under Pressure Again11-24

    AFB Cotton Close: Trading at 5-Year Lows11-24

    AFB Rice Close: Futures Turn Lower11-24

    Welch on Grain: Snow Keeps 770M Bushels of Corn in Field11-24

    Farmland Partners Buys 7 South Carolina Farms for $28M11-24

    Livestock: Hog and Pork Prices Return to Reality11-24

    Corn: Breaking Down Stalks Takes Thought, Planning — DTN11-24

    DTN Fertilizer Outlook: Winter’s Arrival May Delay Some Buying11-24

    Brazil Soybeans: Dry Conditions Still Cause for Concern11-24

    Flint on Crops: Low Input Farming May be Necessary in 201511-24

    Midwest Corn And Soybean Yields – Our Readers’ Reports – AgFax11-22

    Rice Comment: The Case for Neonicotinoid Seed Treatment11-22

    U.S. Rice: Rain Stalls Texas 2nd Crop Harvest; Crop Sales Continue11-22

    Rice Market: Sale to Iraq Moves the Market11-22

    Rose on Cotton: Looking for the Positives This Week11-21

    Grain Drying: 6 Questions About Effects Of Sudden Drop In Temps11-21

    Is Your Lifestyle Costing You the Farm?11-21

    Farmers Storing Grain Need to Weigh Risk Management Factors – DTN11-21

    Peanut Harvest Updates From Southeast, Delta And Southwest – AgFax11-21

    Cleveland on Cotton: 57 Cents – ‘The Bottom is In’11-21

    Ag Labor: Immigration Order Provides Little Long-Term Benefit – DTN11-21

    USDA: Peanut Price Highlights11-21

    Ag Policy: Farm Bills Need Long-Term View11-21

    Cotton Market Weekly Review by Region11-21

    Arkansas Cattle: Ranchers Should be Alert to Acorn Poisoning11-21

    Economist: Livestock Industry Will Have Strong Rebound11-21

    DTN Dried Distillers Grain: Cheaper Feed Source for Beef Producers?11-21

    Mississippi Outdoors: Common Deer Parasites Do Not Affect Venison11-21

    AgFax Wildlife Review: New E-Book Offers Tips for Gardening in South11-21

    Weather Challenges Florida and Iowa Farms — DTN11-21

    Vilsack: Immigration Order Creates ‘Stability’ in Ag Work Force — DTN11-21

    Texas Cotton Harvest – Still Some To Go – AgFax11-20

    Mississippi: Water Conservation Summit, Stoneville, Dec. 1011-20

    Farm Internet Service Still Slow or Non-Existent, But Improving – DTN11-20

    Yield: Important Factor in Your Irrevocable Farm Program Choice11-20

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