By Josh Peterson, Agronomy Manager
No one can see the future, but the present is pretty clear. While we don’t know what fertilizer prices will do down the road, we can see they are a really good buy right now. In fact, prices are even lower than at this time last year.
For the past three years, July has been a good month to sell grain and buy fertilizer. I know many of you are tired of fighting through this spring and aren’t ready to think about next year, but a good deal is always a good deal. Think about locking in at least some of your fertilizer needs for next year at these favorable prices.
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