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Montana to receive fertilizer plant by December 2017

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Town & Country Supply Association has announced plans to open a 22 800 tpy fertilizer plant in eastern Montana, US, by December 2017.

The plant will be capable of blending 240 tph, and will store approximately 9000 t of urea nitrogen as well as a 5000 t monoammonium phosphate bin. Ammonium nitrate is not expected to be used at the plant. A spur line will be installed for railcars (85 cars).

"We think we're going to be more timely in getting product out to be spread," commented General Manager Wes Burley, adding that the plant will “allow us to quickly produce quality custom blends based on what the soil tests recommended for various crops in huge quantities.”

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