on the verge of becoming a pellet pig

ebbtide357 Posted By ebbtide357, Dec 5, 2012 at 8:16 PM

  1. ebbtide357

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    i just realized ive been on the computer for about 3 hours reviewing opinions on types of pellets and brands soft wood vs hard wood btus etc and i really want a quality pellet like okanagans hammers somersets etc. willing to travel is this common or will it subside? i am going up to my property thats near binghamton ny from long island ny this weekend in the big pickup and im looking to pick up some quality pellets along the the way any help would be appreciated long island has a couple of guys that sell okies just a little high i thought but thats long island for you p.s. i have a harman accentra stove .
     
  2. tsmith

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    Sounds like your getting the Swine flu. ;)
     
  3. tsmith

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    Barefoot is a very good pellet, your stove will love em.
     
  4. CT Pellet

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    Barefoot Pellet is about an hour and fifteen from Binghamton. You could swing right on in and get some at the plant.
     
  5. DexterDay

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    Sounds like your sick to me.

    Might as well pull an OMV... lol

    Welcome to the club ;)
     
  6. SwineFlue

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    If you're going to Binghamton:. The Binghamton Agway is right at the Broad Avenue exit ramp .and has Barefoots (I think it's $279/ton). Last time I was up there they also had Energex & Dry Creek for a bit less $.
     
  7. iron stove

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    My record travel for pellets, Round trip 110 miles for 2 tons of Rocky Mountains. If gas was cheaper, I would go much further though.
     

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