Hi from Washington state

Marty

Member
New to the fordge have learned alot from you all here thank you.adout two years in.and now I can't find coal I was getting it from tractor supply.anyone here from wa with any ideas where to buy?
 

Doug Lester

Well-Known Member
There is a seller on Etsey who sells 60 lb bags of bituminous coal for $60, minus a penny. There are others who use a coal forge and many have found that their problem was not loosing their supplier but having the minimum order increased to where they couldn't afford it or didn't have a place to store that much coal. See if there is a farriers supply company around that might carry bags of coal.

Doug
 

Marty

Member
There is a seller on Etsey who sells 60 lb bags of bituminous coal for $60, minus a penny. There are others who use a coal forge and many have found that their problem was not loosing their supplier but having the minimum order increased to where they couldn't afford it or didn't have a place to store that much coal. See if there is a farriers supply company around that might carry bags of coal.

Doug
I will look into that thank you
 

vlegski

Member
Contact the Northwest Blacksmith Association. It's very likely that they can provide with some good sources
 

billyO

Well-Known Member
Contact the Northwest Blacksmith Association.
I'll second this, and suggest you join! There are a lot of members from the seattle area.
One of the members who regularly brings bags to sell at our events is in White Salmon, WA. James VonMosch at Mountain Brook Forge (mountainbrookforge.com). Jim's a really good guy. It looks like a few years ago you could pick up in Port Ludlow.
 
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