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Cleveland Farmers Buyer's Club

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Cleveland Farmers Buyer's Club

This group's intent is to bring individuals together for the sole purpose of achieving economies of scale when purchasing materials for their individual farm.

Members: 28
Latest Activity: May 12

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Mushroom Patches? 2 Replies

In mid to late March, I will be ordering a mushroom patch or two from Fungi Perfecti.  With four or more patches, we can get a 20% discount.  Patches without the discount cost $25-$30. Shipping will…Continue

Started by Justin Husher. Last reply by Steven Whiting Feb 27, 2012.

Top soil 3 Replies

For our collective farm, we need approximately 30 yard of topsoil. Anyone know a good source?

Started by Jill Davis. Last reply by Steven Whiting Feb 27, 2012.

sees starting trays

Hello all,We recently started a Cleveland area Food Not Lawns. We had our first meet-up and seed swap 1/30/2011 (check events in neopermaculture/localfood), and will meet the last Sunday of the month…Continue

Started by Mari Keating Feb 13, 2011.

supplys for coming year 2 Replies

       Are there any interested party's growing transplants from seed ? (soil mix,36 hole flat trays)      fert. (cotton seed meal ,blood meal ,ect.) ?Continue

Started by Dan Skocic. Last reply by Eric Walters Feb 6, 2011.

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Comment by Mike Cannon on June 8, 2011 at 6:59pm

Can someone suggest a local place for short run labels?

 

Comment by Peter McDermott on February 14, 2011 at 3:17pm
Can I suggest you all begin using the conversations feature (above) more often than the comments? Starting a conversation lets you add a subject to your discussion so it's easier to find and threads your comments so you can see who is talking to who...
Comment by Diane on February 13, 2011 at 12:15pm

If anybody needs some hay, we got some from a farmer Saturday.  It is here in Cleveland, alfalfa and oat, good for goats, chicken coops etc.

Send me a message if you are interested in picking some up.

Comment by Faye Martin on February 13, 2011 at 11:02am
Dan, got your card - was a bit confused for a minute. I will give you a call. Do you want to meet on Tuesday to go over there?
Comment by Dan Skocic on February 13, 2011 at 8:30am
Eric I am going to buy a box of the 48 hole trays .100pcs per box . I paid about 55.00 a box 2yrs ago ! only need about 50pcs. So will sell extra at my cost if any body is interested .
Comment by Eric Walters on February 12, 2011 at 5:48pm
Dan I was wondering what % off the catalog price you get at BFG I looked at the catalog and we are already buying most of our items 25% to 57% off their listed prices they list Landmark plug trays at $152 to $163a cs and we are currently paying $69.50 a cs minus 6% pre buy
Comment by Blue Pike Farm on February 11, 2011 at 5:45pm

BFG is a horticultural wholesale  distribution company with a facility in Burton, OH.

 

Burton, OH
BFG Headquarters 
P.O. Box 479
14500 Kinsman Rd.
Burton, OH 44021

Ph: 440-834-1883
Ph: 800-883-0234
Fx: 800-645-6126

 

http://www.bfgsupply.com/content/

 

If you buy enough stuff at one time they will deliver for a small fee.

Comment by Justin Husher on February 11, 2011 at 4:35pm

Hey folks.  I'm glad to see some dialog on here, and I welcome everybody.

 

Faye:  to clarify, we already bought onions for this year.  In the future, I'll post my group-buyings here to facilitate all of us.

 

Can someone let me know what BFG is?

 

Dan, I need to be in touch.

Comment by Dan Skocic on February 6, 2011 at 6:06pm
Faye give me a call. It is easer to talk on the phone for me . 440-232-7920
Comment by Faye Martin on February 6, 2011 at 4:21pm
Deep small plug trays, and I could use half a case of the 36'ers. I'm not sure what is the smallest plug size that they carry.
 

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