Where Is Your Favorable Source of Coal. Bagged or Bulk

John518
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Post Mon. May. 12, 2014 5:49 am

In Hudson Falls Burgoyne Hardware is selling Reading rice and nut 40Lb bags at $7.49. Also 1 ton @ $285 . 4 or more @ $280. There is a $25 delivery charge also. The ton is bagged plastic.

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2001Sierra
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Location: Wynantskill NY, 10 miles from Albany

Post Sun. Sep. 21, 2014 2:30 pm

Brunswick Agway $7.99 per bag or $362.00 per ton Kimmel bagged. 518-279-4300 Mark Cipperly owner.

the duck
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Post Sun. Nov. 09, 2014 12:44 pm

Any thoughts on suppliers in Saratoga County, New York? I'm aware of Mulhollands, but don't know if they have any competition?

Also, have any of you traveled to either PA or NJ for cheaper prices, then haul yourself? Just curious.

Any ideas/suggestions will be greatly appreciated!

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freetown fred
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Post Sun. Nov. 09, 2014 2:40 pm

Welcome to the FORUM my friend. TD, fill out your profile, might help people give ya some local deals ya don't know about. I promise, nobody'll steal ya :) From my area, goin to pa. with vehicle wear, tires, GVW mandates, etc. economically, it makes no sense

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plumberman
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Post Mon. Nov. 10, 2014 3:07 pm

bought a tt load from penn keystone no real complaints, this year went to jeddo and picked up 4 ton of pea for a test batch, fired up on nov 1 on jeddo and seem to pretty good so far!! also picked up 8 ton rice from jeddo for my sons koker(he hasent fired up yet), and 4 ton of nut from jeddo for a neighbor havent got report back from him yet.

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rebbelbiker
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Location: Youngstown, Ohio

Post Mon. Nov. 10, 2014 4:05 pm

Tractor supply..

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Protrucker
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Post Tue. Nov. 18, 2014 8:55 am

I used to drive down to get my coal from Casey-Kassa in Laflin, Pa. This year, I bought my new stoker from Hollenbecks Feed & Coal in Catatonk, Ny so I bought three tons of bagged oil rinsed Reading rice coal from them. I'm happy with the coal, but might drive to PA for future loads of coal to save a little money. I live only 4 miles from the PA line & it takes me about 45 minutes to get to Hollenbecks & only about an hour & a half to get to Casey-Kassa. I'm also thinking about going an extra half hour further than Casey-Kassa & try Lehigh in Tamaqua, PA.

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Location: Whippleville, NY

Post Wed. Jan. 28, 2015 9:41 am

I am looking for a coal dealer near Malone, NY. (NW Adirondacks) What I prefer is nut coal in bulk, but If needs be I can use pea bulk or bagged. If you know of someone please give me their address and or phone number. I'm getting low! Thanks. :!:

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oliver power
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Post Wed. Feb. 04, 2015 2:13 am

modell79 wrote:I purchase my coal from conesus coal and landscape in springwater ny. They have been great going on third year burning rice and nut. 240 ton best deal I found in this area.
I'll second Conesus coal. Great people to deal with. They have a nice show room. They are dealer for KEYSTOKER, HITZER, LEISURE LINE. Although the address is Springwater, they are actually located 2 or 3 miles South of Hemlock (Route 15-A), on west side of road. It's an area where many small towns boarder, including Springwater, which is there official address. I believe they are called "The Coal Shop" now. Links below are all the same place, same location. http://www.qualitylawncare.biz/coal.html, http://www.qualitylawncare.biz/hitzer.html, **Broken Link(S) Removed**

blazer
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Post Sun. Nov. 06, 2016 1:12 am

in Massena Bill Henophy is suppose to start selling bagged rice and nut coal will update when I find out a price suppose to be cheaper than Tractor Supply

mike2142
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Post Thu. Nov. 17, 2016 8:31 pm

Tractor supply in raybrook New York 289 ton

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Post Thu. Nov. 17, 2016 8:32 pm

the duck wrote:Any thoughts on suppliers in Saratoga County, New York? I'm aware of Mulhollands, but don't know if they have any competition?

Also, have any of you traveled to either PA or NJ for cheaper prices, then haul yourself? Just curious.

Any ideas/suggestions will be greatly appreciated!
Try tractor supply

mike2142
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Post Thu. Nov. 17, 2016 8:34 pm

grizzly2 wrote:I am looking for a coal dealer near Malone, NY. (NW Adirondacks) What I prefer is nut coal in bulk, but If needs be I can use pea bulk or bagged. If you know of someone please give me their address and or phone number. I'm getting low! Thanks. :!:
Tractor supply or upstate heating

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Post Thu. Nov. 17, 2016 9:01 pm

I have to date bought around 30 tons of loose rice from Gale mining,burned about 1/2 of that so far
I am very happy with the Gale coal.
I have now also bought 2.5 tons of loose nut from Gale,i have not yet fired my stove that burns the nut.
Very nice folks to deal with & good prices,i paid $140/ton picked up at their facility .
Forum member fifthg is the owner & operator of Gale Mining Co.
fifthg is the fifth generation of this family run operation

1.5 miles off I81,along Rt.309 @ Ginther,Pa.

NOTE: I have classified my coal as loose,not bulk as the word bulk could mean buying a bulk load of bags.

blazer
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Post Tue. Nov. 29, 2016 5:42 pm

in Massena Bill Henophy is selling nut and rice coal from lehigh for 260 a ton bagged coal only

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