Post in 'The Pellet Mill - Pellet and Multifuel Stoves' started by jtakeman, Sep 12, 2013.
Nation's Choice at HD in Salem NH.
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Equine Pelletized Bedding 100% Pine
Clean Energy at Lowe's in Hermitage, PA 705244000143
Just curious-has anyone tried burning the "pet bedding 100% pine" pellets? I'm not sure if they are made the same as fuel pellets or if they aren't compressed as much, different length or diameter, or something else I'm not thinking of...?
I burned a few bags last year just to try them. I wasn't impressed - pretty dirty, moderate ash, moderate heat. They were on the expensive side too.
Thanks, good to know. I noticed they were expensive but thought maybe they would be a good softwood alternative if pellet choices were lacking.
These are made by Hamer...it's in one of the earlier posts. I also confimed this with Hamer themselves. By all you can if you can get them cheap!
Just noticed you wanted rebag brands. Oops
No biggie, We could find something interesting? Ya never know!
If anyone sees these, please get the UPC....very curious about these..burned a couple bags 2 or 3 years ago....
Local grocery store were selling these at $9 per bag. They're Called Good Times
Holy crap, for $9/ bag they better be good times!
757167190067 Not much help though!
Besides Jay's UPC search, a regular web search shows they "supposedly" only sell bundled firewood.....no mention of pellets.
That's what happens when you ship pellets from Texas to the NE by truck.
I saw that too and was trying to make sense of it. The manager had been working at the store for only 3 months so he couldn't tell me if they had sold the pellets before. He only knew that they were hardwoods.
This is NM. The next state over
OK....maybe they used a bicycle!
So after pellet stocking 2 counties by phone, slow day at work, I found 3 more brands that I'd never heard of and did a drive by to get some UPC codes.
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