Trade Time Podcast From Tuesday, June 22, 2021

Join host Goose Lindsay for Trade Time each weekday morning at 10:30 am on 101.3 FM / AM 940 / 95.5 FM.

If you have items to buy, sell, or trade, call 423-346-6300 or toll free 1-888-882-1013.

Trade Time 6-22

  1. 1940 Chevy 423-628-2655
  2. Rolls of hay 423-223-9376
  3. .22 pistol 423-346-7019
  4. 865-394-8375
  5. Mattress 423-404-0266
  6. Daniel Bryan chair 865-399-0686
  7. 1992 Toyota truck 931-787-8007
  8. ISO grill for 98-04 GMC Sonoma 865-566-2279
  9. ISO dump truck, recliner 882-603-7480
  10. Murray riding mower 865-369-1558
  11. 02 Ford Explorer, 2006 Subaru 865-382-7794
  12. Farm equipment and mower decks 423-215-1461
  13. 423-346-3370
  14. 423-215-2319


  1. The Morgan County Fair will be having a Craft-Fair / Yardsale at the fairgrounds on May 16th and May 17th starting at 8:00am. Vendors will be setting up at 7:00am. Come on out and support these local Vendors.

  2. I’m looking for some parts for my 2001 Yamaha big bear 400 if you know someone who has one please let me know my number is -423-627-7281

  3. I’m looking for some parts for my 2001 Yamaha big bear 400 if you or someone you know that has one please give me a text or call at 423-627-7284

  4. For sale 2007 GMC Envoy fresh oils change new battery & water pump 220,000 miles runs strong asking $2000 call or text 865-236-9188

  5. Looking for a 3 bedroom house trailer or double wide for rent in the Joyner Petros or coalfield areas please contact me 309-506-5190

  6. I have a beautiful white wedding gown short train and a beautiful ring to match will sale very very cheap. Call me 865-279-3212

  7. I’ve got at least 40 Muscovy ducklings just hatched out this week and needing new homes soon. All healthy and still with the Mamas hens. $2 each, or 10 for $10. Also have a solid white Muscovy drake ($10) and a brown & white Muscovy hen (sitting on eggs) for $15, including eggs! Or take drake, hen & eggs, all for $20. Call 865-454-6224

  8. Muscovy females do not go “Quack!” like females of other duck breeds! The males are quiet too, in comparison. They’ll eat mosquitoes right out of the air, and are great foragers, for pest control. Mine will even jump for treats! They’ll also roost in trees, if allowed to.


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