Any updated Pellet pricing now that we're into August?

PutnamJct Posted By PutnamJct, Aug 3, 2006 at 3:37 PM

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  1. TedNH

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  2. Choppedliver

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    We sell Rocky Mountain Premium pellets from Laramie WY. but we don't sell them to the general public you must have purchased a stove here to buy pellets here.
    Link to list of Denver Colorado area pellet suppliers
    http://www.rockymountainstove.com/2006/08/news-on-wood-pellets.html
     
  3. adam

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    Woohoo! Our local Harman dealer just dropped off our new stove and our first ton of pellets.
    The hardest part was scrubbing the masonry fireplace out Sunday before the stove arrived.

    http://www.morsewards.com/images/harman_installed.JPG

     
  4. martel

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    Adam,
    that is beautiful! thanks for sharing a pic.
     
  5. richg

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    Looks like nuttiness is setting in....the 400.00 per ton pellets on ebay had been listed for 200.00....I wuz gonna bid but they pulled the listing, only to relist at double the price. No big loss, as Tractor Supply came through at 211.00 per ton. I'd be interested to see what pricing and availability is come January. Right now, there seems to be a mad dash of people who were unable to get pellets last year. If somehow there is ample supply come January, we may see prices take a dip as the long-expected new pellet mills come on line. Wait and see.
     
  6. HarryBack

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    Roo- what I was alluding to was the 20 tons guy being one of the guys on Ebay! He buys 20 tons from me at $259/ton, turns around and sells them in 2 months for $400/ton, lets see.....$141 x 20 = $2820 !!! not a bad return in 2-3 months time!
     
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    hmmmm.. now there is a idea. I could make some money.....
     
  8. smirnov3

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    If you're serious about selling on ebay, DON'T start the listing at $200, otherwise you will be paying eBay $$$ in fees.

    Start it low ($10) and rely on market forces.
     
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    I think I've got a better idea - we'll make one pound and 5 pound bags, use some marketing genius - and sell them for $1.00 for the one pound and $3.00 for the 5 pound. We can ship via UPS or post office. We can even send overnight. Heck, it's renewable and you can do your part! I say we give it a neat name like "STICK IT TO OPEC" Pellets.
     
  10. BrotherBart

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    The maximum listing fee on auctions is $4.80. Not worth risking somebody grabbing them cheap to save $4.45.
     
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    At these prices I am going to start in the morning whittling my cordwood into pellets.

    "BroBart's Premium Hand Carved Hardwood Pellets"

    Testimonials:

    "I used just six bags of BroBart's Premium Hand Carved Pellets to heat my house, my garage and my pole barn all winter long here in Anchorage."
     
  12. begreen

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    nice photo adam. looks like it's straight out of the catalog. let us know how it works out for you.

    -> this must be the longest thread on the forum. and the season's just started.
     
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    It's a "Hot" topic........ :cheese:

    Sorry, couldn't resist.
     
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    BOOOOOOOO , Your FIRED ! LOL
     
  15. PutnamJct

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    Oil man sent me another lock in proposal........

    $2.779 per gallon, prepay for the full season up front by October.


    :bug:

    Think they need to put the bong away..........
     
  16. Roospike

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    Hey, Thats an awesome price ! ............(for them)
     
  17. begreen

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    Sounds like they've been talking to our propane people. Same ballpark. Suburban Propane is offering an early buy of $2.80/gal and secured plan of $2.84. Over the counter is $2.99.

    We told them to take a hike. Installing a heat pump next week and the new stove tomorrow. We'll keep propane for the cook top and that's it.
     
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    Local Wal-Mart Pellet prices. "Bio Plus Premium Hardwood pellets". $3.68 a 40 lbs bag. X 50 = $184.oo a ton .
     
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    that will turn a frozen $5.00 pizza into a $15.00 masterpiece.
     
  20. begreen

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    yep. Though we almost always roll our own pizzas. Even got the pizza stone in the stove.
     
  21. vgrund

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    BeGreen, if I may inquire, what is your delivered price per KWH for electricity?

    Victor
     
  22. begreen

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    About .07 for the first 600kwh, and then about .087 after that. There are energy credits applied to the total which amounted to about $16 on the last bill.
     
  23. vgrund

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    Wow. That's about half the price of mine!
     
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    Im lucky, im on time of day metering. its only .03 off peak, from 9pm to 7am m-f and weekends starting at 9pm friday night. My house is entirely electric with a wood stove. I have a pellet stove but its collecting dust in the garage.
     
  25. vgrund

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    To get those prices I'd need a fission pile in my basement.
     
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