Mid-Atlantic (NY, PA, NJ, DE, MD, VA) Lignetics vs Stove Chow???

briggsy13

Member
Sep 19, 2011
147
Maryland
We have been happily burning Hamers for the last 5 years or so. This year our supplier has no idea when/if they will get any. So they are carrying Lignetics. Home Depot has Stove Chow, We have Tractor Supply here, but not sure what brand they carry.

Any comments/advice???
 

Fairwind

Member
Nov 21, 2015
61
Colorado
We have been happily burning Hamers for the last 5 years or so. This year our supplier has no idea when/if they will get any. So they are carrying Lignetics. Home Depot has Stove Chow, We have Tractor Supply here, but not sure what brand they carry.

Any comments/advice???
Here in Denver, Lignetics are made in Sandpoint, ID and they are superior pellets..I think the location where they are made is more important than the brand on the bag..
 

batchman

Burning Hunk
Oct 29, 2013
196
Backwoods MA
I'm test running a 6-pack of Lignetics from a local hardware store, $285/ton but they have no way to deliver and move.

So far, temperature is slightly low (340 vs 350 on my other likelies) but 1st run clears my 24hrs/2-bags need - not many do...

on edit - also meets my low-ash criteria - now I just need to find someone carrying them with a Moffet delivery truck...

Cheers,
- Jeff
 
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