[Market-farming] Looking for a scale (Anyone have feedback on aPC-80L?)
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Sun Jun 28 17:09:53 EDT 2009
Just be sure it will save the price you set in - not just the memorized
prices. And decide what level of precision you need for lighter items. If
you are strictly pricing it may not matter, but if weighing meat I think you
need 2 decimal places.
Rehoboth Homestead, Peru, NY
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Subject: [Market-farming] Looking for a scale (Anyone have feedback on
I am looking to purchase a scale. I need it to be dual purpose. On one
hand I need a produce scale that is legal for tender and the other a scale
to fill 5 gallon buckets with honey for bulk sales. It needs to be protable
even if it runs a bit large.
I was considering the PC-80L which handles up to 80 lbs (5 gallons of honey
is in the 60 to 65 pound range).
Does anyone have any experience with this scale?
Carriage House Farm
North Bend, Ohio
An Ohio Century Farm Est. 1855
rstewart at zoomtown.com
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