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Post in 'The Pellet Mill - Pellet and Multifuel Stoves' started by justinc25, Jan 29, 2011.
The mwp burned well, but are too expensive for me @ 6 bucks a bag.
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Just Somerset so far.
I just picked up 10 bags of American Wood Fibers pellets at TS the other day to get me through until I can find more Somersets or Hamers..
First time I've come across the AWF pellets....only the burn will tell..
In my Quad Castile insert I burn'
1.5 tons of DRY CREEK they put out good heat not bad on ash.
5 Bags of PA Pellets they would plug up the hopper and put the stove out
5 bags of stove chow- good heat -low ash would be great at$45 cheaper than the dry creek
going to by a few brands this weekend to try.
PA PELLET just bought dry creek out as seen on board-I hope they don't screw them up.
Green Team (one ton burned) Shoulder season opener for 2010-2011 Good heat, low ash but get clinkers if I don't burn on high fan speed ($255/ton Fall 2009)
Barefoot (1.5 tons burned) Class "A" main event pellet for 2010-2011 Great heat and lowest ash. One of the best pellets I have ever used (Plan to carry over the other 1.5 tons for 2011-2012 ($245/ton Spring 2010)
Maine's Choice (a few bags into one ton) Shoulder season closer for 2010-2011 Surprisingly good heat but more ash Would consider as the shoulder pellet for 2011-2012 ($209/ton 2011)
Maine Woods --- almost the heat of the Barefoot but more ash Might be the Class "A" pellet in the 2011-2012 season ($240/ton Spring 2011)
Curran's (Blend) --- decent heat on par with Maine's Choice, but more ash ($209/ton Winter 2011)