Mike, you don't want Jeddo, unless you can be guaranteed to get the good stuff from them. I have bought Jeddo coal from a retailer in Northern Indiana. He sells 99% to the Amish in his area. He sells about 1200 tons per year.
Because of the rocks, sticks, and lousy regulation of the size of the coal from Jeddo, he bought a dirt shaker to shake out the small junk and sticks from the coal. His customers were upset that they were paying for small coal that fell through their grates, and the rocks and slate that didn't burn.
This year he has switched to a different supplier, just because of the quality.
However, forum member coaledsweat just bought some Jeddo coal that is very good, I guess it's just a gamble. I like Heggins coal and Superior. Hegins $132.50/ton and clean nice coal, Superior is $140/ton.