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    Blackdirt Altoona/Bondurant/PHill?

    Anybody know of a place? Thanks!



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    Re: Blackdirt Altoona/Bondurant/PHill?

    Check with local quarries/gravel pits. They often sell dirt from their operations.

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    There's one in Pleasant Hill.



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    Re: Blackdirt Altoona/Bondurant/PHill?

    I live in Bondurant.....I bought 8 ton of river rock and some dirt from Huber Grading in Bondurant. It was pretty cheap and they delivered it. Not sure if that helps.



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    Re: Blackdirt Altoona/Bondurant/PHill?

    I had quite a bit of dirt hauled in for a decent size landscape project several years ago.

    By the time I had it delivered, then shoveled it into a wheel barrel and moved around the yard, I wondered if this was the right way to go. Shoveling that wet heavy black soil is an energy burner and slow. Then I didn't have enough and had to finish with buying more 40lb bags of top soil.

    After I was done, I sat down and did the numbers. I could of nearly broke even with less effort and without the hassle of shoveling the dirt into a wheel barrel, by just buying 40lb bags of dirt for it all...much easier to handle, move and drop.

    Obviously the size of your project will determine plus/minus.

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    Re: Blackdirt Altoona/Bondurant/PHill?

    Go to a Lowe's, Menards, Home Depot, and buy a pallet and have them deliver it for you. I bought top soil at Lowe's for 98 cents a bag today. A pallet would be 39.20 + tax and delivery. This way, if it rains, you aren't dealing through a pile of mud.



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    Re: Blackdirt Altoona/Bondurant/PHill?

    Quote Originally Posted by Three4Cy View Post
    Go to a Lowe's, Menards, Home Depot, and buy a pallet and have them deliver it for you. I bought top soil at Lowe's for 98 cents a bag today. A pallet would be 39.20 + tax and delivery. This way, if it rains, you aren't dealing through a pile of mud.
    eeck..that is pricey. Call almost any sod place and they'll usually have some and will deliver if needed. Just got some today from Don White & Son's.

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