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Old 06-03-2014, 11:40 PM   #601
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I'd like to take you up on your offer. I won't be back until June 12th so I'll contact you when I get in town to arrange a pick up time.

If you want to pick up a small amount of buckets let me know. I know Ed wants a few. I'll try to collect a bunch when I get back to work for everyone else.
Yeah I will take some buckets for Ed, once I drop off your grain, and will take them to him.


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Is it too late to add more rice hulls to my order?

I NEED HULLS!
I would be willing to give up 10lb of my Rice Hulls from my portion. We can settle up later on the money end. The downside is I cannot be there Saturday for distribution/pick up. (I can do Thursday evening, although maybe 30 min late).


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I would be willing to give up 10lb of my Rice Hulls from my portion. We can settle up later on the money end. The downside is I cannot be there Saturday for distribution/pick up. (I can do Thursday evening, although maybe 30 min late).
If you are okay with that, that would be awesome!

What kind of storage should I set aside for these for the split?? Contractor trash bags or somerhing else? I heard they take up a good but of space...
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DISCLAIMER: Shameless plug and COMPLETELY off topic....

I have started getting into welding and will be coming up with single-tier, double-tier and triple-tier stand designs.

I will doing them for about $800-$1200 each, which will include; frame, burners/propane plumbing and casters. Other customizations will be available, upon request.

I have seen these for about $1400-$2400 online, depending on configuration plus a $300-$400 freight delivery charge.

I will post some pics of my next stand so you guys can see how these turn out.

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Might be out of my price range but PM me what u got I'm gonna go electric but I'm gonna need a brew stand and pump set up for my soon to be built shead
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Yeah I will take some buckets for Ed, once I drop off your grain, and will take them to him.
I'll take some buckets too if possible. Pretty please and thanks!
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I would be willing to give up 10lb of my Rice Hulls from my portion. We can settle up later on the money end. The downside is I cannot be there Saturday for distribution/pick up. (I can do Thursday evening, although maybe 30 min late).
That's really kind of you.
I'll edit the splits list, leaving the $ exchange to you two.

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If you are okay with that, that would be awesome!

What kind of storage should I set aside for these for the split?? Contractor trash bags or somerhing else? I heard they take up a good but of space...
10# of hulls will easily fit in an old 50# grain bag.
Don't use trash bags. Most if not all have some fungicide and odor control agent in them.
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That's really kind of you.
I'll edit the splits list, leaving the $ exchange to you two.



10# of hulls will easily fit in an old 50# grain bag.
Don't use trash bags. Most if not all have some fungicide and odor control agent in them.
How about some good ol' lawn refuse bag. These huge paper ones? I used those for my grains, too.
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How about some good ol' lawn refuse bag. These huge paper ones? I used those for my grains, too.
As long as they don't contain any adjuncts (chemicals). You'd never know, some paper is treated to make it less flammable, or more water/moisture resistant.

I'd stick to used grain bags myself. I love the Briess paper bags, they're very strong and air tight. Among other uses, the woven poly bags can be used for building dams...

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I must have had some other product in mind. Those lawn bags were the best and saved the day dealing with those rice hulls. Thanks for bringing them!

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As long as they don't contain any adjuncts (chemicals). You'd never know, some paper is treated to make it less flammable, or more water/moisture resistant.

I'd stick to used grain bags myself. I love the Briess paper bags, they're very strong and air tight. Among other uses, the woven poly bags can be used for building dams...
I was hoping they'd be all "naturale" because they're supposed to degrade... It's just that grain bags aren't sold in stores
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I have started getting into welding and will be coming up with single-tier, double-tier and triple-tier stand designs.

I will doing them for about $800-$1200 each, which will include; frame, burners/propane plumbing and casters. Other customizations will be available, upon request.

I have seen these for about $1400-$2400 online, depending on configuration plus a $300-$400 freight delivery charge.

I will post some pics of my next stand so you guys can see how these turn out.

Cheers!

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