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i know this thread is old but still some good info I called the place near Dallas Texas ferrier supply they're still in business and coal is still cheaper than I've found anywhere els 14$ for 50lb thanks for the info 

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Hate to steal the thread, but anyone know a good source of coal near western CT? I asked some of the smiths near me but they either use gas or pick it up at the NEB meet which unfortunately I can't make it to.

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  I have the same problem finding fuel here. I ordered coke though Centaur and it was great...just pricey at about a buck a pound w/shipping. I ended up getting "nut" coal from the local Tractor Supply store. It was  only about $6 per 40 lb bag..........but is anthracite coal. Its greasy, smelly, and dirty, but it works.

That corn suggestion sure has me thinking, I might have to try it. I know my Grandad made stuff from corn that burned well.....when it slid down your throat!!

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On 5/26/2016 at 7:45 PM, Cneyland said:

i know this thread is old but still some good info I called the place near Dallas Texas ferrier supply they're still in business and coal is still cheaper than I've found anywhere els 14$ for 50lb thanks for the info 

Post your location and someone may have a lead for you to find coal near you, or a blacksmith organization to help you out.

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