I was going through one of my bins from frozen storage and realized I need to get rid of 3 oz of Frank Barnett Cutshort (pole bean) seed. That's probably enough to plant about 20' of row. The seed was produced in 2010 but has been in frozen storage a significant part of that time. I'm pretty sure this is the same seed I planted last year and got pretty good germination. I will ship the whole bag (3 oz) to someone who will pay the postage plus $2 to cover my materials.
I have the same offer to make with 11 oz of Hamby Pole Bean seed from 2020. This has also been in frozen storage and should germinate extremely well. 11 oz of Hamby seed is A LOT of seed. Consider that 16 oz is a pound. This is enough to plant, perhaps 50-60' of row. I don't want to break these bags up, as my time is precious and I can't be spending a lot of time on this. I'll send this Hamby seed for postage and and additional $2, just like the Frank Barnett seed.
I have plenty of both of these in storage, so don't think I'm getting rid of the varieties. I need to free up space in my frozen storage.