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Discussion in 'Predators and Pests' started by tiffanyg2, Jun 1, 2011.
Does anyone have any websites or links for some good pricing for DE Food Grade! Thanks ~
You could try the nearest health food store.
Buena Vista Alpacas - Aiken, SC 803-594-0788
Randall Gooding - Bishopville, SC 803-428-2161or 803-428-7418
These are two Custom Milling reps in SC. CM selling Perma Guard DE. Some feed stores may get it in, but be warned, they may tell you it's food grade, but if it doesn't say so on the bag, it probably isn't.
I'm buying my either on www.ebay.com or www.amazon.com
I researched and those were the cheapest places.
Where we live, local Stores doesn't carry DE.
Look down the page for DE.
They ship free for orders over $500. and it came to me in like 48 hours.
I was looking for some last week,been searching for a while now,just out of chance i decided to call the local health food store and they had it,it's $10.99 for a 1 gallon jug of it.Evidenty this it's a hot new thing among the health food freaks.
There is a Custom Milling rep in Murphy, NC and we were paying about $25 for 50# a couple years ago. The local co-op now sells the same brand for $38 for 50# and I just found out that another feed store in town is a rep for Custom Milling, but no idea what they're selling the DE for. I'm out and need some now. I use about 75# a year. Used to use 100# but have fewer birds now.
The most expensive place to buy DE is at a health food store. $10.00/gal is steep. Through Amazon.com you can get Perma-Guard Diatomaceous Earth DE Food Grade 50 lb bag for $24.99 plus $30.00 shipping which is where I got it. With 50# bag you have enough to dust chickens, coop and put in their dust bath. Lasts a long time. You'll go broke buying that much at the store buy the gallon or 5# bag.
Amazon..$27 for 50#, plus shipping. Couldn't find it ANYWHERE locally, so yes, I paid the shipping, but I use A LOT of it and one bag is only half gone after a little over 3 months.
Quote:Hahahah~ wait a second~ the hottest thing for the health food freaks?? What are they doing with it!