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got 3 tons Nut coming from Chervys in Plymouth to Montrose, pa. this coming friday. About a 55 mile distance, will cost $220 a ton bulk ,dropped right in the bin. i paid $185 a ton in september picking it up, plus fuel $50, plus off loading it in to my bin(2 hours) work. Time cost wise i figure its break even delivered. Now to build a bigger bin for a tri axle load somewheres some how. Hmmmmmm
Blashak pea my wife picked up in Frederick County, Maryland close to $300/ton (40# bags). Believe they were something like $5.95/bag. Think this was about .70 higher per bag than last year. That's quite a jump. This was from H.C. Summers in Jefferson.
I got a ton from HC Summer last week (Feb 8th) and it was 5.80 for a 40# bag if you brought the pallet - 7.90 for the individual bag. The good thing was they let me split the pallet between pea and nut.
I live in central Delaware, and there are two places to get coal by me. Mr Mulch in Middletown sells bagged Reading rice and nut for $6.98/bag or $360/ton. Benjamin's Lumber in Northeast, MD sells Centralia nut for $8.17/ bag, 50lbers, or $254/ton bulk. I just picked up a couple bags of the Centralia to see how my stove likes it, if it burns well I'll be getting a couple tons in bulk.
Reading bagged any size $6.49 a bag for 40lbs so $325 a ton picked up and I've heard some people paying as much for bulk delivered. This is in upstate new york but I go straight to the source to get mine.