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Old 10-06-2010, 09:21 AM
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Black Walnut Disposal

Anyone have some creative ideas for buckets of black walnuts? Guess I'll send them to the landfill if no one can offer a better suggestion.

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Old 10-06-2010, 09:29 AM
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craigslist? They might even buy them...

There was a guy that would stop by as a kid and take them from us.
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My Dad used to love Black Walnut Ice Cream. Maybe a local ice cream shop would be interested.
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Pistachio shells make great kindling?
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Old 10-06-2010, 08:34 PM
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The next rain day, bring a nutcracker in and give it to the guy with the poorest attendance. Take the remaining employees to the pub.

Hammons Black Walnuts
I didn't see a vendor near you, but found some good information. I'm going to call about selling ours, there's a place listed about 20 miles from us.

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The husk is used to die and desent traps ( Yeah I know it's not PC)
but there might be a market or at least intrest.
The lumber is worth$$, I've been scattering them on our farm. Maybe my kids will make a few from it.
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