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What are you burning this season

Post in '2013-14 Pellet FUEL reviews-opinions-questions' started by sawdust1, Oct 20, 2013.

  1. GIPPER

    GIPPER Member

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    southern ma
    5 tons of Sets.

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  2. scottvwgti

    scottvwgti New Member

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    Southwestern, CT
    3 tons of Hamer's, along with 5 bags of GS's to try out.
  3. The Grintch

    The Grintch Member

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    North Attleboro
    5 tons- Turmans
  4. Utilitrack

    Utilitrack Feeling the Heat

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    Central ME
    2 leftover bags of LaCrete's and two 1.2 ton skids of Spruce Pointes, will probably need another ton in February??
  5. gbreda

    gbreda Minister of Fire

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    Very nice combo :)
  6. The Grintch

    The Grintch Member

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    Utilitrack

    How do you like the LaCrete's?
  7. sinnian

    sinnian Minister of Fire

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    1+ ton of MWP Softwood (from last year), 2 tons Vermonts, and 3 tons Energex Softwood
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  8. Utilitrack

    Utilitrack Feeling the Heat

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    Grintch- I really liked them alot, very hot, fairly low ash just found a cheaper softwood pellet this year-Spruce Pointes, I've liked those as well in the past.
  9. joescho

    joescho Feeling the Heat

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    Northeastern PA
    Barefoots and Alleghenys and 1/2 ton Stove Chow
  10. hooter04

    hooter04 Member

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    Upstate NY
    5 ton newp to start
  11. Dollabill

    Dollabill New Member

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    Between Augusta and Lewiston Maine
    3.5 ton LACRETES 2ton Cubex
  12. helismash

    helismash Member

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    Upstate NY
    2tons of New England and 2 tons of Barefoot for me.:)
  13. Jacques909

    Jacques909 New Member

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    Maine
    1 ton of MWP (Blend), 1 ton of Canawick (hardwood), 1 ton of Crabbes (soft wood).
  14. P61 PelletPig

    P61 PelletPig New Member

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    90% Somerset 10% Green Supremes
  15. guitarjamman

    guitarjamman New Member

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    2 tons of Turmans sitting in my driveway - got a feeling I will have a sore back for the rest of the week. Have about 10 more bags of Greene Supremes from Lowes sitting next to the stove that I am anxiously trying to get through.

    The Greene Supremes are not burning too well. They like to bridge at the auger shoot opening and dirty up the glass like it's their job. Hoping the Turmans go through a little better. Planning on getting one more ton soon (LG Granules), but need another paycheck to help cushion the blow.
  16. KMinNH

    KMinNH New Member

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    3 tons of Black Hills Heat and 1 ton of FSU.
  17. tpme06

    tpme06 New Member

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    Same. 2 tons of each!
  18. Hoot23

    Hoot23 Minister of Fire

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    A little over 4 ton of LaCretes
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  19. PutnamJct

    PutnamJct Member

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    5 tons of Energex (white bag) and a leftover ton of Great American from last year. So far I've burned about 10 bags of TSC, Greene Supremes and FU's to get them out of the way.
    I may scoop up another ton just to keep my oink level up there:p
  20. buh-byeoilguy

    buh-byeoilguy New Member

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    Northern, Maine
    So I've been lurking around here for two years, and finally bought a pellet stove and decided to join this site. I must say lots of good info here. After reading some of the threads, I opted to try a few bags each of many different pellets and have decided on two tons of Geneva and a ton of northeast. I installed an Englander 25 PDVC that i got for a song at Mardens. With about twenty bags of pellets through it my wife is very happy and is quite warm. You know how it goes if shes happy so am I. :cool:
  21. rayttt

    rayttt Feeling the Heat

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    poconos pa
    I just bought 2 bags each of Natures Own and Presto-Logs to try them to see which I like better.
    So far the Presto-logs seem to perform the best of the 2,
    but the bag has a lot of fines/dust in it. After pouring into hopper the empty bag has a bunch of fines statically clung to bag.

    I have one more bag of each to try before I buy another ton or 2
  22. jjones139

    jjones139 New Member

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    Orange County, NY
    Greene Team Platinum and New England! Both burn HOT, but NEWP leaves too much ash behind. Very happy with GTP :)

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