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Give these two places a call - I have not yet, but I will be soon since I'm putting together a bituminous boiler setup that will be installed in our detached garage, recently constructed, and pipe the water to the house.
You will still have the trucking to deal with, but Illinois bituminous is excellent stoker coal. Low swelling and coking indices, high BTU content and fairly low ash. They do have a decent amount of sulfur, so make sure you don't have too many tree-huggers around.
But if you could find someone with a dump truck that wouldn't mind a long, boring drive through the "flatlander" state, you could hook up with 10 or 12 tons at a shot and be set. I think the price for stoker was $75/ton.
EFM is working on a bituminous burning version of the 520 boiler which looks promising. Otherwise, it's a Willburt stoker, or if you can find one, a vintage Iron Fireman or Combustioneer stoker (or something similar) and convert a hand fed boiler. I have a bunch of information regarding this topic in a zip file, PM me with your e-mail and I'll send you a copy.
Just don't try to burn this stuff in a hand fed. Been there, done that, got the dirty t-shirt. Tried it as a child in a add-on wood/coal furnace. Plugged the chimney solid in just a few weeks and covered everything on the outside of the house with soot. Friggin' mess!