John Heaton (jheaton) wrote,
John Heaton

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Ten random things

Ten towns in which Agrium Inc. owns storage facilities:

  1. Vanscoy, Sask. (ammonia, potash)
  2. Borger, Texas (ammonia, dry fertilizer)
  3. Roma Junction, Alta. (ammonia)
  4. Kamloops, B.C. (nitrogen)
  5. Chigwell, Alta. (ammonia)
  6. Reese, Mich. (micronutrients)
  7. Garner, Iowa (ammonia)
  8. Conda, Idaho (phosphates)
  9. Bloom, Man. (ammonia)
  10. Homestead, Neb. ("product")

The Agrium web site is vague as to what kind of "products" are stored in Homestead, but a bit of research suggests that it's either ammonia, nitrogen, or both.


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