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Solving The Nutrient Mess in North
Washington State’s Most Polluted River.
Typically the most polluted in the nation with phosphate levels 200 times
above the national maximum.
Lake Erie, The Blooming Lake.
A Fertilizer Industry Nightmare. The dumping ground of Canadian sourced Potash with a Phosphate derivative. http://exactrix.com/Broadcast_02_27_2018.html
Trade Tariffs are becoming the business opportunity.
Exactrix® allows our very best the producers use No-tillage and go to
maximum production yield levels.
Fertilizer Industry wants producers to succeed and use as much of their
mined product as possible. You have a better plan with Exactrix.
Beemer, NE producers work hard to grow more with less.
The Exactrix TATS and TAKTS plus micros System will raise a good crop, a 300 bushel per acre corn crop for Rick Engelmeyer. He uses Dekalb® and or Pioneer® Hybrid Corn. Rick feeds hogs and cows. His low cost corn can be fed direct or repurchased from up to 4 local ethanol plants as “Wet Distillers Grain”.
The Engelmeyer Farms profitability is counting on Exactrix NH3 and TATS and TAKTS/micros for low cost feed to be upgraded into beef for the consumers diet.
Here is a good video operating in a 50 year manure system with a 6.5 pH and a OM of 3.5%. One of the highest levels of technical achievement in North American agriculture. https://vimeo.com/bandbvideo/review/217536668/20cc923ba3
Is this a good deal? Yes it is….Nutrient costs are reduced 50% in this case…with every pound of N working to raise a 300 bushel per acre corn crop. Plus the nutrients can be fall banded or spring banded in the field with the planter.
The cost of the Tariff’s is getting some attention May 16, 19.
At the USDA our
leader Sonny Perdue says $15 billion to $20 Billion needs
to be paid back to the producer.
Wikipedia says, Nationally, the survey estimated national average corn yields at 177.68 bushels per acre, for total production of 14.53 billion bushels. Sep 10, 2018
The September Price for Corn
on average for 2012 thru 2018 is $4.27.
In actual review
the 2019 average corn price is not $4.27 which is what it takes to
breakout of the cost of production into a profit zone. A zone that will
allow basic survival of the Corn producer and American Agriculture.
producers need about $1.00 more bushel and a market range of $4.00 to
$4.90 through the year. This allows hedging and protection of profits.
It is a matter
of National Security for sure.
supply chain goes round and round in a series of value added events that
establishes the final price the producer cannot always pay.
So the USDA computers seem to have missed the boat…..and will not get the farm vote in 2020 with only $15 Billion to $20 Billion added into the Ag Economy.
problem appears to be a $60 Billion to $100 Billion to get the vote on 400
million acres of Agriculture production.
Let’s keep our eye on the ball. You must raise a lot more and do it for
considerably less at maximum quality.
Thanks to banks, to infrastructure, USDA-ARS scientists, and to the big technology moves (Exactrix) in crop production.
Meeting your formulation needs.www.exactrix.com/TF.htm
Picking your metering systems.www.exactrix.com/epm.htm
Need more information on advanced crop production.www.exactrix.com/EWAC.htm
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