Greene Gold Pellets - Anyone ever use these?

kh395269 Posted By kh395269, Jul 28, 2008 at 7:52 PM

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  1. kh395269

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    Hi, I already bought 4 tons of Pennington to get me through the winter -hopefully. I got them at a good price so I'm hoping they work out ok. However, I just found a dealer not toofar away in CT that is selling Green Gold pellets for $235-$240 a ton right now. Just wondering if anyone has ever used these pellets and how they are. They are manufactured in Western PA. Thanks, Kim
     
  2. kinsmanstoves

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    I have burned a couple bags of ther Greene Team Pellets. They are located South of Pittsburgh. I would think it is the same company. The Greene Team pellets burned good and the density was nice. The pellets were more money than I can get my current pellets, ProPellets, so it did not work out.

    Eric
     
  3. BubbRubb

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    What is the purpose of a plant, say Energex, selling so many different labels of pellets? Juniata, Energex, etc. I could understand if something was different, but so often they are the same type (premium) and same wood (hardwood).
     
  4. kinsmanstoves

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    The consumer likes choices. If I sold three different bags with the same pellets you know one person will like one bag more than another even with the exact same pellet inside. Also opens up a territory argument keeping stores close to each other from having a price war.

    Eric
     
  5. geek

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    did you buy the green gold pellets from the guy? I think you might be talking about the primopellets website in Wallingford, right?
     
  6. mtalea

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    Ya I saw their website also...... .7 ash kinda high,I thought anything over .6 was not considered premium..I bought softwood so far this year,, they have a .35 ash and 8200btu
     
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