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Old 02-16-2011, 07:35 PM   #11
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At this point the folks from the NE Ohio list are interested in about 8 sacks if I pick them up. I looked up and my capacity is about 18 for my little truck.

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Old 02-16-2011, 09:08 PM   #12
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I totally understand you being skeptical of me since I am new to the board. I am not a young kid trying to scam people out of money, and i own a reputable pest control business that services all of Western PA and Eastern OH. I have a business paypal account that I can use for payments and will charge it to my business credit card. If anyone wants to verify my reputation you can visit my business website you can go to www.spectrumpestcontrolinc.com and send an email or call any of the 100 phone numbers on the site and just ask for Jim.

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Old 02-16-2011, 09:21 PM   #13
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Well, better than the guy that said he had to do it in a week or else he would spend the money on something else because he had very little self control. I'll probably direct the guys from the NE Ohio thread over hear. At around 10 sacks it makes it worth my trip to drive down.

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Old 02-16-2011, 09:24 PM   #14
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I am good for 8-10 sow we would only need 26 - 24 more. Here is the newest sales sheet. Shipping and fuel should be about $3.21 per bag

http://www.countrymaltgroup.com/down...%282411%29.pdf

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Old 02-16-2011, 11:33 PM   #15
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I will be interested, however, I do not have a mill. I noticed that they will mill a bag for an extra charge. Does anyone think this would be an issue if we requested 2 bags to be milled?

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I will be interested, however, I do not have a mill. I noticed that they will mill a bag for an extra charge. Does anyone think this would be an issue if we requested 2 bags to be milled?
Search for info on storing milled grain. 2 bags is a lot to have around milled from what I've read.
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3 months is usually the max. I can go through 2 sacks in 6 weeks (two 30 gallon sessions)

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3 months is usually the max. I can go through 2 sacks in 6 weeks (two 30 gallon sessions)
Well, the guy from Madison is in for three, I'd take at least two. That would be 7 bags for me to pick up so far.
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Old 02-17-2011, 02:33 PM   #19
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Jim, according to the map on your website your business is on the corner of Jefferson and Main. Is this where the grain will be shipped to? I live by the Butler County airport so I'm only 10-15 minutes away.

Even though I just bought several sacks, I can't pass this up. I'll be in for 4 sacks if it all goes through. I'll talk to my brother in-law and see if he'll be interested in any.

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I will have it delivered to my home address that right across from the army reserves on 68 by the VA hospital so its only a few miles for you.

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