ginseng prices
illinois here

United States

#106 Oct 3, 2008
I know im not sellin it if i dont go over 400-450 dry today the 700billion or what ever was passed so are market should go up and chinas by the end of the month we should see change is my guess
lige

United States

#107 Oct 5, 2008
just wondering wrote:
does anyone know where you can sell Ginseng in Harlan or surrounding areas at?
Wallins, ky
Hensley's Fur at Dewitt Ky
lige

United States

#108 Oct 5, 2008
Wallins, Ky
Hensley's Fur in Dewitt, Ky between pineville and barbourville...
littleman

Oneida, TN

#109 Oct 6, 2008
i guess i just eat mine before i sale mine for 200.
Diglet

Centerville, TX

#110 Oct 6, 2008
Is anyone still finding seng? Is it gone for the year?
The drought here in KY has made it dry up faster.
informed

Hazard, KY

#111 Oct 7, 2008
I'd say it's pretty well over for the year as far as digging. Dealers should start buying again in a couple of weeks at around $320 a lb.
rootman

Corbin, KY

#112 Oct 7, 2008
Its still here you just got to look hard I just came home only dug a few ounces today but its still here
AFISHPOND

United States

#113 Oct 8, 2008
I've been digging it for over 40 years and i never sale befor november and if it gets to low i hold it till next year if you can't 400 a lb. don't sell if that dug would hold out till they need to it we all could make good digging it .
good-ole-boy

United States

#114 Oct 8, 2008
hateanark

United States

#115 Oct 9, 2008
can anyone tell me what they are paying by the pound in the asheville area please. this is my first time and i dont wanna get ripped off. thank you very much
illinois here

United States

#116 Oct 9, 2008
went up here this week from 200 too 280 good sign :)
Rebecca and Randy Hall

United States

#117 Oct 9, 2008
sharonwalker wrote:
Hey to the diggers, we buy ginseng, yellow root and black kosh along with other varities of roots. we are located at Walker, Kentucky. We are paying 352.00 a lb. dry thats 22.00 a oz. and 8.00 a oz. green for ginseng you can contact someone at.We can also make arrangements to meet you if your volume is high.
We need to sell a few pounds of dry ginseng. If anyone will buy it contact us at [email protected] We live in Estill County and don't know anyone who buys it around here.
Blah

Wyncote, PA

#118 Oct 11, 2008
Every one should just hold on to their ginseng so the prices will go up like I already read. They are only offering $300 a pound here in central Illinois.
WLD

Flemingsburg, KY

#119 Oct 11, 2008
Rebecca and Randy Hall wrote:
<quoted text>We need to sell a few pounds of dry ginseng. If anyone will buy it contact us at [email protected] We live in Estill County and don't know anyone who buys it around here.
Please e-mail me at [email protected] if you are still interested in selling your dry ginseng.
X DIGGER

Macon, GA

#120 Oct 12, 2008
To the sellers of ginseng, why are you selling at these low prices? You are the ones keeping the prices low. I know some needs the money. I'm poor too, but i'm not selling at these cheap prices. Pumpkins are selling at 7 dollars a peice, green beans $65 a bushel. Go to the grocery stores, everythings high. Whats wrong with Ginseng prices. You cant say China. Theres a market here in the USA for ginseng. They are putting it in everything even Coke and Pepsi. We diggers are getting ripped off.
We walk the hills through chiggers, snakes, ticks, itch weed. And some guy in the big suit behind a desk making thousands off YOUR Ginseng. I know theres a lot of diggers this year. But where are they finding all of that ginseng. It's real scarce where I live.
It was $500 a pound 6 years ago before everything went up. The buyers better buy it now. Next year there wont be much ginseng or diggers!
Grow you a pot plant behind the house. You will get as much as 5 pounds of ginseng. No sweat, no trouble selling. And always HIGH PRICES!
- x Digger
illini

Micanopy, FL

#121 Oct 12, 2008
how is the best way to keep untill next year?i have kept it in a shoebox with success,but some friends say they have been docked because of black centers.can it be frozen?
somerset ky

London, KY

#122 Oct 12, 2008
Once it is dry put it in a box and plastic bag then put it in the freezer it will keep indefinitely like that.
t_bo1968

London, KY

#123 Oct 13, 2008
I think it is crazy to hunt the way we have to hunt for ginseng and not be able to get a fair price from it.I have hunted it all my life and i love it but i think this will be the last year i look for it...
indianarooter

Ossining, NY

#124 Oct 13, 2008
yeh its a bunch of bs. over 1000 a lb last year, now this year they arent even wanting to buy it. my dude dropped his green price to 70 lb. that isnt even worth looking for it rly u can make more money off yellowroot. i spent 5 hours searching for ginseng and made 17 bux. spent 2.5 hours digging yellow root made 33. something not right there
t_bo1968

Barbourville, KY

#125 Oct 13, 2008
well I have decided if i cant get at least 450lb for it i will keep it from now on. it dont cost me a penny to keep it where it is..

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