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yet another pellet ?(sorry guys)

Post in 'The Pellet Mill - Pellet and Multifuel Stoves' started by bfgmt, Mar 14, 2010.

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  1. bfgmt

    bfgmt New Member

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    I loved the bag of barefoot that I burned in my stove and found them for 260 per ton but they are a little over 40 miles from me in Rockland and cash and carry (they do deliver but it would cost a fortune) so if I take my 3/4 ton truck that gets 8 mpg that is about 30.00 in gas and I will have to unload them myself.I found a place that I can get Okangans for 310 delivered to my driveway. will the Okanagan as good a pellet as the barefoot or at least close. Another ? is does anyone know where I can pick up a bag or two of these in the Augusta or Midcoast area

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  2. SmokeyTheBear

    SmokeyTheBear Minister of Fire

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    Oakies like the Barefoot are very good pellets.

    That is the one from British Columbia in my list of 3 that'd I prefer to burn

    See if you can find some Cubex up that way and give them a try as well.
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    Bigjim13 Feeling the Heat

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    Is that $310 per ton delivered? How many tons do you need?
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    bfgmt New Member

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    I am going to buy them 1 ton at a time over the summer im gonna buy at least 5
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    I called the guy today (O'Hara Ice) and he has a storage facility here in Bangor with Barefoots that they haul up from Rockland.
    Quoted 275. a ton. They are probably more due to the trip up from the coast. The warehouse is only 3 miles from work so it's
    no biggy for me. I'll be lugging 5 tons by the end of the month.
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