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Black Walnut 2021 price

Postby Eugene » Mon Sep 20, 2021 9:42 pm

Yup. Another year, actually 3 years in a row, hardly enough to pick up for cracking.
Hammons Black Walnuts 16 September at 12:07
2021 Harvest is two weeks away! We have over 215 buying locations in the east and midwest where you sell your wild Black Walnuts. This year, Black Walnuts will be bought for a price of $20 per hundred-pounds after hulling West of the Mississippi and $18 per hundred-pounds after hulling East of the Mississippi.⁠
Couple of nights hard freeze after the vegetable crops emerged. No local farmers market this year.
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Re: Black Walnut 2021 price

Postby Stanton » Tue Sep 21, 2021 6:06 am

Eugene wrote:Yup. Another year, actually 3 years in a row, hardly enough to pick up for cracking.
Hammons Black Walnuts 16 September at 12:07
2021 Harvest is two weeks away! We have over 215 buying locations in the east and midwest where you sell your wild Black Walnuts. This year, Black Walnuts will be bought for a price of $20 per hundred-pounds after hulling West of the Mississippi and $18 per hundred-pounds after hulling East of the Mississippi.⁠
Couple of nights hard freeze after the vegetable crops emerged. No local farmers market this year.


I've been noticing several walnut trees on my daily walks that have nuts. Still have a pound of meats in the freezer from last year.
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Re: Black Walnut 2021 price

Postby SONNY » Thu Sep 30, 2021 7:21 pm

Never looked at ours, but dont think there is a nut on the farm this year,---squirrels are trashing the buckeye trees.


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