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Old 01-20-2010, 09:56 PM   #1
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Not sure if they are on sale at your HD, but mine has 36 gallon rubbermaid storage bins with lids for $5.....only a couple of ugly colors but they are great for grain storage.


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Old 01-21-2010, 02:25 AM   #2
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thanks for heads up. i look in to it.


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Old 01-22-2010, 02:02 AM   #3
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I saw that as they had a puke green color last week. I went with the smaller brute for 30 bucks including tax. Fits 100 pounds of 2-row easy. You all are from Durango, you ought to call Jason up from Colorado Malting in Alamosa and have him bring you a sack or two next time he rolls through. Good stuff and he's great to deal with. Amazingly fresh malt...
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DHBM and I just finshed up a group buy from CMC. We bought nearly 2000lbs on the last one. I'm still working through my 200lbs.
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Thanks!!! much appreciated
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i use them already...lids are thin and after a while of outside use they will warp a bit. Just be ready. You get what you pay for. Indoor use im sure you would be fine
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I hear these are good for storing grain, but never heard if you store it loose in the bin or inside the bag it comes in? I doubt it makes a difference, just thought I'd ask.
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36 gallons?


You can fit 25lbs of grain in a 5g bucket.
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36 gallons?


You can fit 25lbs of grain in a 5g bucket.
That's why I use homer buckets, and they are HDPE rated to boot.


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