CHS Ag Services, which serves northwest Minnesota and northeast North Dakota, enjoyed a record fall for the volume of fertilizer sold and applied. General Manager Ryan Anderson says the open fall allowed the company to get those acres covered. “Having a fall like we did really helps our system out; we rely on unit trains and moving the volumes that we did allows us to replenish and gear up for spring.” Anderson is fielding a lot of questions about crop protection shortages. “With the relationship we have with our manufacturing partners, I feel like we’re going to be okay on that as well.” Anderson does not anticipate any major changes in the acreage mix in the region.
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