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farmer656

01-13-2021 18:30:45




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Talked to a scrap dealer today he is paying 200.00 per ton for prepared steel, starters he said are .25 cents a pound , That means a 42mt starter would be about 13.00 bucks, what is scrap in your area, but he also said it will go down in FEB.. Mississippi coast here




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504

01-13-2021 20:10:56




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 Re: OT Scrap metal in reply to farmer656, 01-13-2021 18:30:45  
205.00 ton for shred,went up Monday.



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da.bees

01-13-2021 20:09:09




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 Re: OT Scrap metal in reply to farmer656, 01-13-2021 18:30:45  
$180 ton and $200 12 miles away at yards belonging to same people. Guess it just depend's on what the market will bare. One consulation for me is they sell me anything I want for what they get when they sell to processors. It work's out well when I pay $50 for angle,plate and pipe that would cost far more for drops at the steel yards.



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Stephen Newell

01-13-2021 19:59:37




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 Re: OT Scrap metal in reply to farmer656, 01-13-2021 18:30:45  
Don't go often enough to know. I remember in the 1990's my wife and mother taking a pickup load of aluminum cans to the salvage yard and got $130.00 for it.



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Jeff nwoh

01-13-2021 19:05:47




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 Re: OT Scrap metal in reply to farmer656, 01-13-2021 18:30:45  
$180 for shred right now.

The last time I hauled steel in, shred was paying more than heavy prepared. Go figure.



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matthies

01-13-2021 18:39:01




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 Re: OT Scrap metal in reply to farmer656, 01-13-2021 18:30:45  
120 in Norfolk Nebraska, but same company pays more an hour south, and more an hour and a half to the southeast. And there is a Nucor in Norfolk that melts it down.



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formerly ny bill

01-13-2021 18:48:16




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 Re: OT Scrap metal in reply to matthies, 01-13-2021 18:39:01  
I took 780# of short steel in today to local yard. $300/ ton== $104 for me.



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