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Ammonium nitrate prices continue to rocket on short supply

Ammonium nitrate (AN) prices have reached unprecedented levels on extremely short supply. With CF Fertilisers’ Ince plant closed because of high gas prices and its Billingham site manufacturing solely to…

CROPS MARKETS AND PRICES

Soaring wheat prices and uncertainty ahead in grain markets

Wheat prices are expected to remain high in the short term as markets stay bullish. The London November 2021 feed wheat futures contract climbed to £208.50/t on Tuesday 11 October,…

DAIRY MARKETS AND PRICES

Higher profit and turnover at Crediton Dairy

Both profit and turnover jumped at Devon-based Crediton Dairy in the year to 2 January 2021. The company makes dairy drinks for the multiple retailer, convenience and wholesale markets and…

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Relief as fert and CO2 production to continue at Billingham

Fertiliser manufacturer CF Industries has confirmed that it is to continue producing ammonium nitrate and its crucial carbon dioxide by-product at its Billingham complex on Teesside until the end of…

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