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bulk corn meal South Jersey???

Posted by blip01 5b (My Page) on
Thu, Jul 21, 05 at 13:30

Does anybody know where I can find bulk corn meal and corn gluten for fertilizing my lawn?

I'm in Sicklerville, and have tried Agway, Dambly's and Allen's Feed & Seed. No luck. All I can find is cracked corn.

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RE: bulk corn meal South Jersey???

Are you any where near route 40 and Elmer? Belive the Pennsfield horse feed dealer sells corn but would be worth a call to make sure.

RE: bulk corn meal South Jersey???

Thanks for the reply. I did find a place that carries it.

Woodstown Ice and Coal Co.
50 East Grant St
Woodstown, NJ
Phone: (856) 769-0069

100lb. for around $10.

RE: bulk corn meal South Jersey???

I never would of thought a ice and coal company would be selling ground corn meal. Gald you found some.

RE: bulk corn meal South Jersey???

LOL! I guess the place has been around a while, and used to actually sell ice and coal. It's a feed/hardware store now.

$9.20 for a 100lb bag of the corn meal. Can't wait to spread it on the lawn.

RE: bulk corn meal South Jersey???

I know this thread is dated, but it always comes up in my search and since I found another place that sells cornmeal in NJ, I figured I'd update. Agway in New Egypt sells 50lb bags. I have 3 on order now. Under $10 each.

RE: bulk meals in North or Central Jersey?

Speaking of feed dealers, can anyone recommend any bulk meal dealers in North or Central Jersey? We're in Hudson County with nary a feed dealer anywhere around -- ask the staffers in Lowe's or HD and they look at you like you're nuts. We're looking for alfalfa, kelp, fish and cottonseed meals, primarily.


RE: bulk corn meal South Jersey???

Not familiar with your area, but have you tried Agway?

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