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    Default WANTED^^^^ Good Price On Cob Corn **

    I think this comes up every year buTTTTT _______________ Anyone know of a good price this year on cob corn ?? Would like to get it ,last week of August __ about 100 bags or so __ I have a source,just trying to save a few $$$$$ __ if I can __ thanks Monk**

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    Some one should start a post about "Corn Prices" based on county areas.

    Im seeing around 9-10 dollars per 50lb bag in the Charleston county area.
    Capt Rick Hiott
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    How does the supp!y look ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Capt Rick Hiott View Post
    Some one should start a post about "Corn Prices" based on county areas.

    Im seeing around 9-10 dollars per 50lb bag in the Charleston county area.
    Paid $8 last year and $5 the year before. The $5 guy did not do cob last years so had to find a new source. Guy in Richburg usually has a good supply.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Capt Rick Hiott View Post
    Some one should start a post about "Corn Prices" based on county areas.

    Im seeing around 9-10 dollars per 50lb bag in the Charleston county area.
    Good idea Capt.

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    It's $8 - $10 per bag around Greenwood County -- year before last,I bought it for $6.50 per bag, from the guy in Hartsville,but can't get him to return my calls this year -- I guess $8 per bag ain't as bad as I thought ??

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    Corn is just now coming in so the price is yet to be determined. Still nice to know the price ranges around the state.
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    Right now one of the main sellers has cobbed corn and getting $8 a good bag. Most have not picked theirs yet but saw an ad for $7 and they plan to start sometime in the next few weeks. Thats the Walterboro Area.



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    Nobody picking corn up this way yet other than cutting for silage.
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    Just came back from ACE and they have a ton of cobbed in front of the store @ $8 in Walterboro.



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    Just ordered 100 bags for $7.50 per bag ( $8 for less than 100 ) -- ready end of August -- have always gotten really nice corn from this friend /farmer,in the past. I expect the same this year** He said he had a great looking crop this year,with all the rain we got* -- good luck guys,Monk**

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    I was just getting ready to post that Scout. I go by there a LOT!

    The shelled is the same price....
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    I just bought 100 bu. for $5.00/bu.. Shelled corn. Took my gravity wagon over to the farmer and he filled it. Last years corn. Gassed no weevils. Looks good.

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    I have a guy in Blythewood that was selling at $7. Ill swing by there today to see if hes stocked up.


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    Quote Originally Posted by CVMA_Bulldog View Post
    I have a guy in Blythewood that was selling at $7. I’ll swing by there today to see if he’s stocked up.


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    Is that cob or shelled
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    We are going to sell it for probably $7 for the 50lb white sacks. I’m in the northern upstate and the shuck is just now starting to turn so it’ll be a few more weeks til we pick. We do strictly cob. None around here yet so dont know what price will be but it was $9 in stores here last year. I like to sell it quick and get my expense money back and put enough back for seed fertilize and spray next year and then save what I need for myself and then hunt.

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    I bought a 50# bag yesterday (cob corn) at Coleman Farm Supply (hwy 101 Woodruff, SC; Spartanburg county) for $9 a bag. Pretty pricey but I really wanted the deer to get used to coming into my small plot. Hopefully the price will drop when it becomes more available.

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    I am thinking the tariffs and Midwest floods will push up the price. I have not checked the futures. A bunch of corn was planted late or not planted in the Midwest.

    Good news is white oak crop looks good here.


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