Price check...What's the going price in your area? 2006-07

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PostBy: coaledsweat On: Tue Jan 23, 2007 10:35 am

Looks like it is getting tight about now, I went to pick up 3 tons this morning. The dealer said his delivery is a week late and it will be another week before he gets it. I had to settle for a ton of stove and nut mixed @ $200 a ton. I suppose that should be fine as it will be REAL cold the next few weeks. I think this summer I'll get 2 loads, about 7 tons and save the big grief.
Well at least the only time I burn oil is when I go to get coal, my Super Duty Ford is a diesel! :)
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PostBy: wenchris On: Tue Jan 23, 2007 11:01 am

Just checked my supplier quoted me $300 a ton OUCH!!!! For rice to the door. Up from $260 I paid in Sept. Found another place here on the Island of Long, $265 a ton to the door. Have about 1 1/2 tons left. Wish I lived closer to NEPA.
Stay warm Jimmy
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PostBy: lincolnmania On: Fri Jan 26, 2007 11:20 pm

glad i live in the middle of coal country lol
i can see and hear the breaker from my shop........just got a pickup load of nut last wk.......130 a ton picked up.......127 a ton for rice picked up.....this is near tremont pa
my girlfriend lives near shamokin pa, i get rice coal for my alaska over there, 110 a ton picked up.......she had a ton delivered yesterday for her alaska.....130 delivered :o
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PostBy: coal berner On: Fri Jan 26, 2007 11:45 pm

lincolnmania wrote:glad i live in the middle of coal country lol
i can see and hear the breaker from my shop........just got a pickup load of nut last wk.......130 a ton picked up.......127 a ton for rice picked up.....this is near tremont pa
my girlfriend lives near shamokin pa, i get rice coal for my alaska over there, 110 a ton picked up.......she had a ton delivered yesterday for her alaska.....130 delivered :o
Is that at hegins or shermans how well does it burn for you i had shermans already in december i had a lot of rock in it. so i ran out to summit and superior burns very clean and hot 140 a ton for pea nut or stove deep mined. I was told that the hegins & shermans are stripped mined :?:
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PostBy: lincolnmania On: Fri Jan 26, 2007 11:55 pm

the hegins coal is the shiznet.........they use a mix of deep and strip mined coal, i rerely find any rock......our 3 nutburners burn it to ash (we got 4 stoves running, over 6,000 sq ft building......ton a week lol.......my alaska loves the hegins coal too

last fall we thought we fell on a deal.........quarry near minersville hit a vein and we saw the piles of nut coal......75 a ton......what crap that was, was jamming our shaker grates......after sifting it, our cheap coal wasnt so cheap lol
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PostBy: coal berner On: Sat Jan 27, 2007 12:17 am

lincolnmania wrote:the hegins coal is the shiznet.........they use a mix of deep and strip mined coal, i rerely find any rock......our 3 nutburners burn it to ash (we got 4 stoves running, over 6,000 sq ft building......ton a week lol.......my alaska loves the hegins coal too

last fall we thought we fell on a deal.........quarry near minersville hit a vein and we saw the piles of nut coal......75 a ton......what crap that was, was jamming our shaker grates......after sifting it, our cheap coal wasnt so cheap lol
I know what you mean about crap coal it really sucks i will try hegins next time what quarry was that near minersville :?:
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PostBy: GENERD66 On: Sat Jan 27, 2007 9:52 pm

We have a coal supplier about 12 miles from here in Fabius, NY. His price is $190.00 per ton for rice, picked up. I don't know his dilvery rate. There is another supplier 14 miles away in Madison NY. Maybe my next coal run will be from them, not sure what their price is yet.

Gene
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PostBy: boatjonn On: Thu Feb 01, 2007 2:44 am

I just spent TWO HOURS searching for bulk coal (retail) suppliers in California. Only thing I could find was bagged coal for blacksmithing and model steam railroading........all very expensive, per bag. Does ANYONE know of a west coast or western U.S. supplier?
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PostBy: Berlin On: Thu Feb 01, 2007 4:24 am

good luck finding coal in california. the land of CARB does not look kindly upon the stuff. try your local coal fired powerplant, if there's any left out there. all you will be able to find is bituminous in new mexico, nevada and utah. anthricite will not be economical, it is too expensive to ship that distance.
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PostBy: jumperjoe On: Thu Feb 01, 2007 7:46 am

$190.00 per ton for nut in Middlefield Ohio picked up. $10.00 per ton less in summer. I haul it to Cleveland. Same as last year.
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PostBy: mjb On: Thu Feb 01, 2007 5:27 pm

wenchris, i believe we purchased our stoves from the same dealer on route 112. I paid 250 a ton for 2 1/2 tons in late oct. Now you say it's up to $300 a ton. THe kid who owns the place seems great but the mother and father in the office are out there a little bit. I get the feeling there is some price gouging going on with those guys. Where did you find the other coal suppier?
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PostBy: HardWood On: Fri Feb 02, 2007 3:09 pm

I am paying $56/ton picked up for Bituminous stocker coal (3/4" to 1")
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PostBy: europachris On: Fri Feb 02, 2007 3:15 pm

I've been quoted $88/ton for bituminous stoker coal of the Illinois variety picked up.

I also can get bagged anthracite rice or nut for about $290/ton right here in Rockford, IL.

Chris
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PostBy: drujinin On: Fri Feb 02, 2007 4:45 pm

europachris,
PM me about picking up BIT in IL and the info of Rockford.
Its cold up here.
drujinin
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PostBy: st-bob On: Sat Feb 03, 2007 11:15 am

$267.60 a ton in bags (picked up) as of October 23. Same price yesterday.
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