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Erika
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Post Mon. Feb. 25, 2008 6:21 pm

I have a Modern Glenwood F cookstove. I live in southern Maine, and I need to buy coal in bags. Does anyone know where I can find anthracite by the bag in Maine, New Hampshire, or Vermont?

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Post Mon. Feb. 25, 2008 6:28 pm

Where can I find rice coal around Madison, WI?
Advanced Chimney Systems - Rockford, IL, Bossert Fireplace - Mineral Point, WI. These two places sell bagged Blaschak around $300/ton. Hope this helps you out.
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Post Mon. Feb. 25, 2008 6:50 pm

Ahshucks wrote:Where can I find rice coal around Madison, WI?
Closest place to you is Advanced Chimney Systems http://www.advancedchimney.net in Rockford, IL. They have Blaschak rice at $6.50/40# bag. It was $6, but it went up on the last shipment.

I heard there was a place up in Ripon that had coal, but I'm not sure about what they have, etc.
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Post Mon. Feb. 25, 2008 7:58 pm

Erika,
As I've posted several times I can get you bagged coal,where are you & how much would you like?

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Post Mon. Feb. 25, 2008 11:33 pm

I heard there was a place up in Ripon that had coal
Victory Ridge Enterprises in Ripon has bagged Reading and Reading stoves. I forgot about him. Last I talked to him (maybe mid-Jan) he was out of coal, and didn't think he was getting another shipment this winter. Blashack has another dealer in New Holstein. I don't have his name offhand, you would have to get if from their office. He told me the same thing around the same time: All he had (nut and pea only- didn't do me any good anyway) was spoken for, and wasn't getting any more in. I remember that he was very hard to get hold of.

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Post Fri. Feb. 29, 2008 3:11 pm

hello all
I am a new here so be gentle with me
I live in Northern Illinois and am trying to get some coal.
Please help.
thanks

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Post Sun. Mar. 09, 2008 2:15 pm

I need to find a coal supplier so I can get prices...... Ladysmith, WI 54848....... I'm willing to pick up and willing to drive a couple hours for it..........

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Post Sun. Mar. 09, 2008 3:50 pm

Lookg for a source of coal in the PLATTSBURGH, NY 12901 area of Clinton County. Quebec is ok too if it is below Montreal as is extreme NE Vermont aournd Alburgh or St Albans area. Have Pickup can haul my own. I am deciding if it is worth my effort and expense to buy a coal boiler. Thanks.

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Post Sun. Mar. 09, 2008 6:51 pm

I live in downstate NY and am looking for good prices on bagged rice coal in PA. I'll be making a trip this summer to pickup several tons. I also may be interested in a tractor trailer load but I have to figure out where to store in on the property without having the town make me remove it.
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Post Mon. Mar. 10, 2008 2:02 pm

driz wrote:Lookg for a source of coal in the PLATTSBURGH, NY 12901 area of Clinton County. Quebec is ok too if it is below Montreal as is extreme NE Vermont aournd Alburgh or St Albans area. Have Pickup can haul my own. I am deciding if it is worth my effort and expense to buy a coal boiler. Thanks.
The closest source for bulk coal is Rockhill Coal Co. in Malone. There is a stove shop in West Chazy called Heat Wave that sells Blaschak rice and nut coal by the bag. The only other place I've heard that has bagged coal is in St.Albans, Wright Family Farms. I have only purchased coal from the store in West Chazy, so I'm not sure what sizes the others carry.

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Post Fri. Mar. 14, 2008 4:06 pm

markviii wrote:
driz wrote:Lookg for a source of coal in the PLATTSBURGH, NY 12901 area of Clinton County. Quebec is ok too if it is below Montreal as is extreme NE Vermont aournd Alburgh or St Albans area. Have Pickup can haul my own. I am deciding if it is worth my effort and expense to buy a coal boiler. Thanks.
The closest source for bulk coal is Rockhill Coal Co. in Malone. There is a stove shop in West Chazy called Heat Wave that sells Blaschak rice and nut coal by the bag. The only other place I've heard that has bagged coal is in St.Albans, Wright Family Farms. I have only purchased coal from the store in West Chazy, so I'm not sure what sizes the others carry.
Thanks a lot, thats 3 more places than I knew about and none all that far away.

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Post Tue. Mar. 18, 2008 11:39 am

Looking for Bulk delivery of Pea Coal in Epsom NH "near Concord". We currently burn @ 4 ton a year.

Many thanks!

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Post Tue. Mar. 18, 2008 12:22 pm

I live in Southern NH Nashua area and work in the area 30 minutes north of Boston. Looking for nut coal. I have not been able to find any suppliers . Does anyone know of any.
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Post Wed. Mar. 19, 2008 4:50 am

scottf wrote:I live in Southern NH Nashua area and work in the area 30 minutes north of Boston. Looking for nut coal. I have not been able to find any suppliers . Does anyone know of any.
Scott
Scott,

Shouldn't have to travel far. Northeast Coal, Ledge Rd, Pelham, NH carries bagged and bulk. Will deliver both. This time of year he will only have bagged Blaschak in various sizes. $6.00 per 40lb bag. Perhaps less per bag by the pallet load. I bought two bags of nut several months ago for sampling purposes. He operates out of his small house and barn.

There is also a stove shop on RT 111 in Windham. It is in a strip mall not far from I-93. I suspect they have coal but can't guarantee.

I presume you saw in Craigslist that there is a Coal dealer near Worcester, MA who is selling his business. He has a customer list, equipment, and maybe some coal. He wants around $15,000.

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Post Wed. Mar. 19, 2008 10:07 am

Wardner, Thanks for info, I was told by Stanley iron works (restores old stoves in Nashua) that there is no good source of coal in my area. He said the only stuff he could get burned like gravel so he switched to wood. I did find a place in Braintree MA called Williams but that is too far for me to drive and I can only carry a ton at a time. I will try the place in Pelham. Thanks for the info.

Did you ever get the coal in Pepperall? She was only 5 minutes from my house and said I could pick it up one night but ended up in the hospital for 3 days that afternoon with anaphylactic shock. Needless to say I never went.

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