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What is the difference between the different sizes of coal we have for sale? We deliver (from smallest to largest) barley, rice, pea, buckwheat, nut, and stove coal. We stock rice - pea - nut at our coal yard. Stove, nut and sometimes pea coal are used in hand fired coal/wood stoves where there is a grate that needs shaken to stir up the fire.
We carry rice and chestnut sized coal in bags. We stock 5 different sizes of bulk Reading Anthracite coal that includes Rice, Buckwheat, Pea, Chestnut, and Stove. - $234 per ton for bulk/Delivery charge is $2.00 per loaded mile with a 3 ton minimum and 5 ton maximum. Our bagged coal comes in a variation of Rice Size and Chestnut.
Located in Pennsylvania, Lehigh Anthracite produces up to 500,000 tons of the highest quality anthracite coal per year. We also have retail coal for sale.
Rice: 5/16 x 3/16 Pallets are wrapped in plastic for outdoor storage. You must have access to a forklift or skid loader to unload palletized coal. Coal is clean, high quality Anthracite both surface and deep mined and bagged with 25+ years of plant experience. We will deliver or you may arrange pickup.
The Reading Anthracite Company is a leader in Pennsylvania's anthracite coal industry and a source for energy, carbon, and media products and solutions. Dealer Directory Locator - Reading Anthracite Coal
We have had our Keystoker 90,000 btu stoker stove for about 10 years. It is one of the best investments that I have ever made. We have a ranch house with a full finished basement and this stove keeps the main floor and basement at 72 degrees all winter. We usually burn about 2 tons of rice coal per heating season.
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