bushel), topnecks (width 2-3 inches; ~ 200 per bushel), cherrystones ... 3.5+
inches, ~100 per bushel) .... Many Connecticut shellfishermen cultivate clams,.
I just called Ginsbergs Foods and they are selling half bushels for $55.00 with
200 little neck clams in them. So if you do the math there would be 400 clams in a
The Lobster Trap is one of the largest suppliers of clams in Upstate New York.
Beyond individual sales, we supply many area restaurants and country clubs.
In Maine all clams in the intertidal zone are harvested by hand. ... The hod (or
roller) is a 1/2 bushel basket, constructed with wood lathes or aluminum, that is ...
Buy live clams for wholesale. We carry many varieties of hard-shell, soft-shell,
and seasonal clams including Quahogs, Steamers, Razors, and more!
Summer is the season for steamed clams. ... Island Made steamers are available
in half-bushel units, and while pre-orders aren't absolutely required, they are ...
Sep 2, 2008 ... The quahog (pronounced coe-hog) is a species of hard-shelled clam and the one
we most commonly enjoy in our chowders and po boys.
(Mya arenaria): WILD Soft Shell Clams have many names – but here in Maine
they are best known ... Usually sold by the Bushel or Half Bushel, or by the pound
Jun 30, 2015 ... “Clams are really expensive,” Brian Langley, owner of the Union River ... “a
wholesale bushel of clams is worth more than a bushel of new shell lobsters.” ...
Right now, though, there aren't many lobsters around, hard shell or ...
Live clams should not smell bad. Since a “bushel” definition varies among
suppliers, buyers recommend getting clams by the piece or by the pound instead.