FARM BUSINESS NEWS
Minding Ag's Business
Marcia Zarley Taylor DTN Executive Editor
Mon Nov 26, 2012 04:51 PM CST

Cheap and abundant supplies of homegrown natural gas could make the U.S. a powerhouse in N fertilizer production again, DTN's Russ Quinn reported as part of our fertilizer outlook last week (subscribers see the Farm Business page). The story of this great reversal of fortune is worth emphasizing and will be a topic of conversation when CHS Inc.'s CEO Carl Casale addresses the DTN-Progressive Farmer Ag Summit in Chicago Dec. 10. Afterall, CHS's plans to spend perhaps $1.6 billion to build an anhydrous plant in North Dakota is the cooperative's largest single investment in anything in its 80-year history. It's ...

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