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Old 09-14-2008, 07:55 PM   #1
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Default ATL Area Bulk Grain Buy

So a couple of us have decided it is about time for us ATL folks to get in on a group grain buy. p4ck37p1mp has been organizing things. We would like to fill a pallet (42 bags) to minimize the shipping costs.

The catalog is here.

Post what you are interested in getting here. Pick-up will be at p4ck37p1mp's in Acworth.


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Old 09-14-2008, 08:03 PM   #2
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To make things simpler I'm just going to put this on a credit card, you guys can pay cash on pickup. If you don't pick it up I'll tack $15 per bag after 2 weeks. (still cheaper than anywhere else locally)

This link to the current order as it stands is here, so you get an idea of pricing.

http://packetpimp.org/grainbuy.html


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Old 09-15-2008, 01:29 PM   #3
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I'm still in for 2. I have PMed packetpimp with a request to change from 2 bags of 2row to 1 bag 2row and 1 bag of MO. Regardless I'm down for 2 bags. Thanks for putting this together!

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Sounds like a plan to me put me down for 2 bags of 2 row and 2 bags of MO

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Added you abracadabra, check here: http://packetpimp.org/grainbuy.html
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I would love to do this...i just don't have anywhere to store all that grain. But if somebody says buy hops in bulk i am always down for that
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Is it October 1st yet?
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Hehe, few more days. You can store it uncrushed for months in a cool dark corner. Mine is going in a room in my basement, mostly to keep my crackhead cat out of it. I already had one cat induced grain mess...


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