How much do you pay for a bag of wood pellets?

Judah Posted By Judah, Oct 29, 2006 at 11:31 AM

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  1. Judah

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    Here in Cape Breton, Canada a bag of pellets sell for $4.57 a bag. The price has actually gone up since last year.
     
  2. BigV

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  3. Mike Wilson

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    So that's like $4.08, in real money...

    I suppose the high prices are punishment for those red pants you people insist on exporting. ;-P

    -- Mike
     
  4. carpniels

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    $7.49 at the local Ace hardware.

    Nice at that price, I will start lighting real dollar bills on fire !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    Carpniels
     
  5. begreen

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    In the days of German hyperinflation, they did just that.
     

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  6. richg

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    Now, does that come with a night alone with Shania Twain, or Jeri Ryan?
     
  7. Mike Wilson

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    Yeah, but then again, Reichsmarks weren't too valuable anymore, were they... ;-)

    -- Mike
     
  8. Hammerjoe

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    The price went up 30% since march. :mad:

    Here in New Brunswick, price is $4.99/bag.
    And we have to factories nearby. One in Fredericton and the other in NS.

    Is there any explanation for the 30% increase other than greed?
     
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