Producers Making More Money with Less Risk in corn, wheat and cotton. Exactrix Owners Have More Net Margin

“Exactrix Owners Have More Net Margin"

Plus Conservation Programs favor Exactrix TAPPS stabilized Nitrogen.
Stop the spending slippage with placed Exactrix TAPPS.
Between $72 to $96 per acre more net income under center pivots. 

The technology-based producers are able to move ahead using Exactrix technology, equity and financial skills to survive. 

When the price falls producers go to work and stop the spending slippage. 

Exactrix owners already know they have a 12% competitive advantage and always the last man standing. 

Put your borrowed money on the line where it does the most good. 

Use a band of TAPPS and TAPPKTS to get to returns from Exactrix Process Management of Nutrients, expensive nutrients in relation to the commodity. 

Only the skilled and focused producer need apply for the job of making money in a down market. 

Sharpen your negotiation skills. Those 2010 to 2012 leases need a tune up. 

The solution is not Solution 32-0-0....Less is a Lot More. Anhydrous Ammonia leads the way with a 23 to 26 cent per pound of N advantage over solution 32-0-0 at Elkhart, KS. 

Send the signal to the fertilizer industry and drive nutrient costs way down, and let your good neighbor know at least 50% less nutrient input with Exactrix TAPPS and TAPPKTS using low cost NH3.

As KSU Ag Economist Ben McClure says, ”It is always fun to talk about big yields but it is net dollars that count.” 
Or, as the Utah farmer said on the beautiful August day, “We did not lose quite as much money as we thought we would.”

 Only good old NH3 can reduce risk and is guaranteed analysis at 82% to 82.4% N. 

The big nutrient manufacturers know producers really have a problem in the price profit squeeze.  Producers that have Exactrix TAPPKTS know how to make money. The Fluid Fertilizer manufacturing companies like Tessenderlo Kerley, Gavilon and Simplot  know the business of making money lies with the producer making money. The money to pay the bills comes from the producer, and no other place. 

Soil building philosophies have never made economic sense. So let the dry fertilizer companies like Potash Corp know you have Fluid KTS in the band of TAPPKTS with triple super ammonization with low cost NH3. 

Good fertilizer dealer organizations like Helena add value supplying materials that enhance nutrient performance. They are your friend supplying materials like Hydra Hume. Conklin is in the same line up with Guardian.  DCD is now available in liquid form to stabilize the bands.

Park those expensive seed row starter fertilizer materials in dry conditions. Seed row fertilizer can actually hurt yield in dry conditions. Go with Tri-Ammonium Poly Phosphate Sulfate plus zinc, or TAPPKTS deep banded 6 inches deep x 7.5 inches on both sides of the row with Mustang, P-51C, 15 inch band spacing. 

Get No-tillage drought tolerance with bands much deeper at the 6 inch depth. Deeper bands work very well on pivots. 

Goodland, KS. Exactrix Tool Bar,
 November Mustang TAPPTS banding of established Hard Red Winter Wheat on 15 inch centers.

Raising 100 bushel per acre wheat, Exactrix TAPPS at 80 pounds N, 15 pounds P and 15 pounds S will raise 100 bushel wheat on Canola or Garbanzo rotation, with No-tillage and Mustang side dressing of winter wheat, with the bands in deep at 7.5 inch. VRT is mandatory to get the $80 to $150 additional net income. Side dressing irrigated and dryland winter wheat improves economics with deep banding Mustang openers. 

Side Dressing Winter Wheat just like corn, can produce a good net return. This is a known good practice in Kansas conditions for over 10 years. Make more bushels with less inputs. 

Corn at $4.00 means high risk, and good old NH3 on the job at reduced rates. 
Raising 270 bushel per acre irrigated corn with TAPPKTS, 120 pounds N as NH3 (150 total N), 25 pounds P, 15 pounds K, 15 pounds S, 2 pounds Zinc, 1 gallon Hydra Hume and no more than 11% to 12% of the gross income. 

Producers can make money in a down wheat market with Exactrix TAPPS and Mustang Openers.

Producers can make money with $3.50 to $4.00 corn. 

The only way that No-till producers can make improved economic gains is to park the floater rigs. "The era of soil building with dry fertilizer is gone. It never did make producer economic sense. "   

Exactrix owners can go with the highest quality Fluid Fertilizer making TAPPS and TAPPKTS at much lower rates with 200% crop available P, and a gigantic increase in K efficiency with TAPPKTS; Ammonium Poly Phosphate, 10-34-0, Ammonium Thio-Sulfate, 12-0-0-26S, Potassium Thio-Sulfate 0-0-25-17S, 82-0-0-Exactrix, High Pressure Anhydrous Ammonia. 

Ammonia forces the producers to seal and band deep. The economic driver is NH3 banded deep, and formulated TAPPS and TAPPKTS. 

Time proven in Kansas, at locations like Hugoton, Elkhart, Garden City, Dodge City, Scott City, Goodland, Sharon Springs, Quinter, Colby, Atwood, Hoxie, Smith Center, Clay Center, Lyons, and Copeland. 

Wherever you go in Kansas, producers know about Exactrix TAPPS and TAPPKTS. 

Exactrix always delivers 12% more net margin over any other approach in cropping of Milo, Corn, Wheat and Cotton. 

The Montana State University recommendation is 3.1 pounds N per bushel of applied nitrogen per bushel produced for 16% protein, and 310 pounds N for 100 bushel DNS Wheat. 

Solution 32-0-0 is priced at 55 cents N pivot or top dressed applied, about $150 to $160 per acre for N. 

Exactrix recommendation for 100 bushel wheat as TAPPS, 115 pounds N as NH3 at $36 per acre for N, 140 total pounds N in TAPPS. NH3 is priced at 32 cents N and it must be banded. 

It will cost $125 per acre to apply 32-0-0 with a pivot. A high price to pay for N that is not stabilized and not near as crop available as TAPPKTS. 

The production margin is gone, all given to the fertilizer industry when producers use 32-0-0, poor timing and top dressing of dry fertilizer.


Flat Rate Pricing

NH3  5.15LB/GAL




32-0-0 LIQ NITROGEN  11.06lb/gal








10-34-0 LIQ.PHOS 11.7/GAL




46-0-0       DRY NITROGEN




11-52-0    DRY PHOS




0-0-60      POTASH




















36% ZINC




KQ 650(10-25-0-5-.25)





$4.00 /TON















Liquid & DRY DELIVERY + 15miles  $10 TON




NH3 DELIVERY                     $20.00 TON




Nh3 DELIVERY +15miles       $25.00 TON

KTS not priced. Estimated at 75 cents for K and S.

Can you band TAPPKTS Variable Rate Site Specific with your Mustang Tool Bar at depth of 6 inches and allow the economics to prevail? The cost is about $25 per acre in a custom operation. 

Nebraska producers, with Mustang openers, produce good yields with up to 50% less input cost for commercial fertilizer in a No-tillage system. The Case 930 Tool Bar at 30 feet is set up Mustang P51C openers on 15 inch centers, 1,000 gallons of Liquid and 2,000 gallons of NH3 trailed.
Exactrix TAPPS formulator.

The Niemeyer farm house was built in 1909, with Longevity and Beauty. An architectural design with a big future having provided shelter for 6 wars and 4 generations. 

The Niemeyer Exactrix Case Mustang, No-tillage tool bar was built in 2014, with high Profitability and Beauty. An advanced design with Nobel prize winning NH3 and it should produce excellent returns for 20 years. 

Vertical Tillage without the Tillage. The Mustang P-51C, TAPPS formulator, Case 930 Tool Bar is key to keeping the house looking good and passing the land on to the next generation in top shape. 

John Niemeyer, Cortland, NE, TAPPS formulator, Exactrix owner, 10 years.

The only reason producers call Exactrix, ”I need more net margin.” 

Your Great Plains Reporter.
Guy Swanson.


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