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TOPIC: kentucky ginseng the rise and fall

Re:kentucky ginseng the rise and fall 9 years 1 month ago #645

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Re:kentucky ginseng the rise and fall 9 years 1 month ago #647

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We want to buy ginseng! Our first garden was planted in 1992 and our company has been buying and exporting ever since. We now have a solely foreign owned Chinese registered company with drug import license/permits which allows us to bypass the Hong Kong smugglers and export and distribute directly into China. Contracts have been signed with several Chinese companies to ship container loads of cultivated ginseng. We want to expand into the wild/woods grown market, as well as, buying cultivated Wisconsin ginseng directly from the farmer. Our President/owner will pay a visit to your area the week of Nov 10/17.

For good root we can improve on $250 to establish initial relationships. Please contact:

Jody Whitehead, President
Whitehead Hebei Trading Ltd. (China)
Whitehead Ginseng International Inc.(Canada)
778-395-0738
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Re:kentucky ginseng the rise and fall 9 years 1 month ago #650

Holy cow, you really want to buy sang huh Pres?!?
I smell spam.

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Re:kentucky ginseng the rise and fall 9 years 1 month ago #652

you should talk about scam not spam if you're really suspicious. google me.
I'm coming on a buying trip and want to meet real harvesters.

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Re:kentucky ginseng the rise and fall 9 years 1 month ago #653

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Yeah, You want sang at 250.00 a pound. I don't many of us will sell at that price. I will not sell for less than 500.00 a pound. I may not get it till next year or maybe as early as november of next year.

So don't waste our time with 250.00 for wild sang.

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Re:kentucky ginseng the rise and fall 9 years 1 month ago #654

$500.00 a pound sound's OK with me digger...

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Re:kentucky ginseng the rise and fall 9 years 1 month ago #656

yep we'll sell ours for $500 a LB...

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Re:kentucky ginseng the rise and fall 9 years 1 month ago #657

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HEY EVERYONE, I DON'T THINK THAT 500.00 A POUND WILL BE HARD TO GET IN LATE NOVEMBER. I KNOW YOU CAN GET CLOSE TO THAT ON EBAY. I DON'T WANT TO GO THAT WAY BUT MAY FOR THE HIGHEST PRICE.

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Re:kentucky ginseng the rise and fall 9 years 1 month ago #658

KY DIGGER wrote:

I DON'T WANT TO GO THAT WAY BUT MAY FOR THE HIGHEST PRICE.

......I'm all for us diggers to get the highest price we can ....we are are the one's that do all the leg work...

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Re:kentucky ginseng the rise and fall 9 years 1 month ago #659

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$500:00 is a decent starting price for dry wils seng I agree guys and would condsider selling a couple pounds for that price ,but wouldnt sell all of it.It took me alot of hard walking to dig this years harvest I need at least $600:00 for the plot.With me and my son and soninlaw,we have harvested about 15 pound when it is all dry,we have about 10 1/2 dry and 8 flats still drying it will be close to 15 lb.

I herd that about people digging befor season,I have caught a few to,grrrr,makes me angry,they kill the seed even they are so greedy,be suprised what you will see squirrel hunting or ramp hunting early in the woods,and suprised to see who even,I was.

I love to bow hunt by the way,I hung my digger up past Friday,and getting the old bow out is exciteing :) cant wait to stick a couple Lol.

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