Supply chain headaches and product shortages were a reality this past year, but CHS President and CEO Jay Debertin does not anticipate similar problems for the 2023 growing season. “It is unpredictable, but we feel good today and given our size and scale we can source the products we need and have it available.” CHS Country Operations are prepared for a busy fall fertilizer season, but the weather is a consideration. “A lot has been sold and some is going down, but we’ve just gotta see what the next couple of weeks bring for moisture.”
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