slush puppy

United States

#41 Aug 24, 2008
Ginseng is where you find it in Briceville,Tn
wondering too

Virden, IL

#42 Aug 26, 2008
Looks like it's going to open between $350-400.
Friend of mine called several dealers and this is what he was told.
kings_klick101

AOL

#43 Aug 28, 2008
wondering if anyone knows where to sell gensang at in eastern ohio
and prices 4 this year
nseng

Coeburn, VA

#44 Aug 28, 2008
wut is the stuff rules.... on ginseng?
Jonathan

Winchester, TN

#45 Sep 1, 2008
in LAKE CITY TN NOW 300.00 lb
I HAVE HEARD

Oakvale, WV

#46 Sep 1, 2008
I HEARD THERE IS A PLACE IN PINEVILLE THAT IS GONNA BE BUYING IT FOR 985.00 DRY.. NOW I DONT KNOW FOR SURE THE PLACE BUT IF ANYONE IS INTERESTED I CAN FIND OUT FOR SURE... AT THAT PRICE I THINK IT IS WORTH A COUPLE OF HRS A DAY IN THE MOUNTIANS, AND HELL THAT WOULD HELP ALOT OF PPL OUT FOR CHRISTMAS OR JUST PAYING BILLS AND BUYING GROCERY'S...
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Coolizm

Kingsport, TN

#48 Sep 2, 2008
If everyone runs to a dealer and sells right off.The price will stay low this year.The only reason it went up last year was cause there was a shortage of seng.they said because of the drout , But if You set on your seng they have no choice but pay more for it.The over sea market will stay the same.The decision is who is gona get the profit the dealer who sets on his *ss and does nothing or should he share the wealth.So make him be fair in their pricing.The dealers contact each other before the season opens ,so they can get a close agreed price between them.Now that is dealers in every state not just ones in a certain state,I know of some from every state threw out the eastern side of the states that has been talking on what to start pricing it for.So why not the diggers( that do all the work) stick together and make`m pay a fair price.not $300-$400 a pound then let them sell it for $1200-$1400 a pound.After we use our gas and sweat to find it.they should have a fair share price!!
sweet

Pineville, WV

#49 Sep 5, 2008
What is sang selling for now?

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Mother Russia

#50 Sep 5, 2008
Prices depend really on the supply. Lets say if this year everyone hears it will be 1000 a lb then they get loaded up by sellers then next years prices will naturally drop somewhat. It may not be a large drop but it will effect the market.

On the other hand I hear that the market in china is on the rise. This is not confirmed but so far its been told by several people. For those in Tennessee and surrounding states I will be making a section on

http://www.tennoutdoorsman.com

for next years sellers and buyers and we will attempt to make this a yearly thing. Keep folks up to date on current prices. Matter o fact I think ill try to rush this project to cover this year. Feel free to stop by there, join and drop any news you have on us.
babytears

Ivydale, WV

#51 Sep 5, 2008
urps starting price is $325,I called
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lisaj

Equality, IL

#53 Sep 9, 2008
if anyone knows price or where to sell in illinois please let me know thanx
lisaj

Equality, IL

#54 Sep 9, 2008
sorry should of said price of ginseng
BILLY

Cincinnati, OH

#55 Sep 9, 2008
WHAT ABOUT GOOD SALVIA, WHAT IS IT GOING FOR ????
greenbrier green

Marlinton, WV

#56 Sep 11, 2008
Coolism wrote:
If everyone runs to a dealer and sells right off.The price will stay low this year.The only reason it went up last year was cause there was a shortage of song.they said because of the drout , But if You set on your song they have no choice but pay more for it.The over sea market will stay the same.The decision is who is gonna get the profit the dealer who sets on his *ss and does nothing or should he share the wealth.So make him be fair in their pricing.The dealers contact each other before the season opens ,so they can get a close agreed price between them.Now that is dealers in every state not just ones in a certain state,I know of some from every state threw out the eastern side of the states that has been talking on what to start pricing it for.So why not the diggers( that do all the work) stick together and make`m pay a fair price.not $300-$400 a pound then let them sell it for $1200-$1400 a pound.After we use our gas and sweat to find it.they should have a fair share price!!
yeah if the dummies would hold out it would do us all good.(2ND week of November if you want to get anything but ripped off.)
hunter42129

Glasgow, KY

#57 Sep 12, 2008
I am very good fishing buddies with the dealers in my area, I was told to wait till mid October to see if it tops out! All the rest is what the outdoorsman said...
T-Tom

Rayland, OH

#58 Sep 13, 2008
sang in crossville TN going for 480.00 a dry pound.
pike co

Hurricane, WV

#59 Sep 13, 2008
500.00 lb dry in pikeville ky
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lisaj

Equality, IL

#62 Sep 17, 2008
I just talked to a buyer here and he said hes not buying yet cause theres no market.
sweet

Brenton, WV

#63 Sep 21, 2008
Has anyone heard anything new on the price?
informed

London, KY

#64 Sep 26, 2008
It's left up to the chinese to set the price and right now they are not buying.Due to the stock market and economy probably $400 will be a high price to the digger and the dealer $25 to $50 over that. There is not a great mark up, only volume.

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