I have a few questions for (former) corn burners lurking around here. I've had my stove two years, and got the multifuel stove with the special venting put in, just in case. With corn futures hovering in the $4.60 range (160/ton) I thought it might be time to start exploring options. My understanding of burning corn is that the gases are corrosive, which could affect exhaust venting lifespan. Apparently corn also likes to form clinkers? I also understand the rodent issues. Availability shouldn't be a problem for me. On the other hand, I can usually get Somersets for $200/ton or less, and if those aren't available, I've also burned Magic Spark, Pro Pellet, AWF, Greenway, Hardwood Heat, and Presto logs. I'm pretty happy with the quality and availability of pellets locally. It comes down to this: How cheap would corn have to be for you to decide to burn corn instead of $200 Somersets? What about mixing corn in? Does that help the output at all? I don't really want to have a gravity wagon sitting outside my house, so I don't think I'll go all in with corn, but wanted to get an idea what I could be getting into. Thanks.