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What brands of pellets have you burned this year ?

Post in 'The Pellet Mill - Pellet and Multifuel Stoves' started by justinc25, Jan 29, 2011.

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  1. justinc25

    justinc25 New Member

    Jan 1, 2011
    Weare, NH
    The mwp burned well, but are too expensive for me @ 6 bucks a bag.

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  2. gpack

    gpack Member

    Oct 24, 2009
    SW Ohio
    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..
  3. skidozer

    skidozer Member

    Mar 11, 2010
    western ny
    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.
  4. Augmister

    Augmister Minister of Fire

    Jun 16, 2008
    Socialist Republic of RI
    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)
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