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I have lots of bags.

 
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I have close to or more than 2000 that we are no longer in need of. If anyone needs any that is near KY/TN border and doesn't want to pay an arm and leg for bags. These are all pre-used feed sacks. First $100 gets them.


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If this is not allowed on this forum please remove. I am just hoping to help someone save some money.
 
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Welcome to permies Melissa! What you're doing is fine! I have reported your post to request that it be cross-posted (a form of linking) to the Midwest or Appalachia forums and the resources forum. You chose a relevant forum, bags for earth bags. It'd be sad for those to go to waste. Cross-posting just makes a post seen in more forums so that you don't have to make the same post over and over again. The report button is not just for bad things, it is just a way of communicating with the moderators.
 
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Thank you. I wasn't sure if I was allowed to sell anything on here.
 
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You can, just nothing illegal or questionable.
 
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Melissa Stinson wrote:I have close to or more than 2000 that we are no longer in need of. If anyone needs any that is near KY/TN border and doesn't want to pay an arm and leg for bags. These are all pre-used feed sacks. First $100 gets them.



Which side of the states? East (Carolinas) or West (Missouri)? I'm in WNC, and may be interested in getting them from you. I haven't decided on an earth bag home yet, but I could/would use them for a garage/workshop at the very least.
 
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I am in Monticello, Ky. South Central Ky
 
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That's about 4 hours from me, in Asheville, NC. I'm afraid that distance would eat up any savings in gas and time

I hope someone else is able to take advantage of your generous offer.
 
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Would love to buy these. Are they still available?
 
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Yes these are still available.
 
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Do you still have the bags?
 
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2000 bags is nice what dimensions are they? would you be willing to accept 150$ worth of bitcoin for them? would you ship them to alaska if i paid you extra for shipping?
 
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Hi Melissa.
My husband and I are sourcing materials for an earthbag house and we are located in Whitley City. Almost too good to be true that you are sooo close to us. We are trying to find out if you still have them or have a good local source for them cheap, if you don't have them anymore. Thanks very much and we hope to hear from ya. Have a good one.
 
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