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Pellet Choices Galore - what do I pick?

Post in 'The Pellet Mill - Pellet and Multifuel Stoves' started by kh395269, May 9, 2008.

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  2. kilarney

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    I'm partial to Cubex. I just recently tried them out, and I was amazed at how little sawdust there was. Although, I suspect the New England Pellets are pretty much as good for quite a bit cheaper. I'd be torn between the two.
  3. buildingmaint

    buildingmaint Feeling the Heat

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    I have burned Hammer for the last three years [ Hammer in an Agway bag ] . I have had no problems with them , other then they do clink up the pot occasionally. Lots of ash IMO , but since I have used no other I have nothing to compare to .
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    I've used Dry Creek for the last 5 years in my Whitfield Profile 20.
    They are great.
    But I have nothing else to compare them to...that's the only brand I have ever used.
  5. jchick

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    just ordered that hammer hot ones in mass for 229 at ton, with a delivery charge of 50 dollars for all three tons.
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