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Post in '2013-14 Pellet FUEL reviews-opinions-questions' started by Jason Knapp, Dec 14, 2013.

  1. Jason Knapp

    Jason Knapp Member

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    I just got a ton of Hamers Hot Ones and 5 bags of Curran Softies to try out. I had to drive up to Cairo to get them, but this is me dancing!;lol
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  2. BigJohnfromCT

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    Jason not sure how far Cairo is from you but the Agway in Danbury, just over the border from Brewster, sells Hamers. I think they are $289/ton.
  3. D-mac02

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    Cairo ny? How much were each?
  4. Jason Knapp

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    Danbury is much closer! And the price is better too! Thanks for the heads up!
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    Hamers were $300 a ton. I know the price is a little steep, but they throw so much heat I feel it was worth the price.
    I found them at Slaters in Cairo.
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    You know how much it was for a ton of currans?
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    ote="D-mac02, post: 1622809, member: 31296"]You know how much it was for a ton of currans?[/quote]
    I'm not sure. I think it was $230 or $240 per ton.
    Justin Slater is a member on this forum. Shoot him a message. He is absolutely awesome to deal with.
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    I'm not sure. I think it was $230 or $240 per ton.
    Justin Slater is a member on this forum. Shoot him a message. He is absolutely awesome to deal with.[/quote]
    Thanks Jason. Let me know how the currans burn. Might go get a ton of the softwoods on tues.
  9. Jason Knapp

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    With these next few days lacking any kind of temperature, ill be burning strictly Hamers. Tomorrow afternoon I'll burn some Currans. I'll post whatever I find.
    Everyone who burns the softies seems to like them.
    Call Slaters first. Last I knew he didnt have a lot left.
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    We're those the only brands that were over there were the hamers and the currans?
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    I think he had 4 or 5 different brands. All kept indoors. I dont recall the other brands.
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    You can get hamers and turmans @ green heat in stone ridge. I've seen hamers for sale outside of a stove shop on 9w in Newburgh.
  13. Jason Knapp

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    Thanks for the heads up!
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    I tried a bag of timber heat and a bag of North American from lowes in the p43 and the North Americans deff burned cleaner and hotter. Kinda liking those. They are made by curran.

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