North country soft wood pellets

Jake86 Posted By Jake86, Nov 9, 2018 at 3:58 PM

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  1. Jake86

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    Anybody know if these are good heating pellets. Are they worth the money? Good heat? Thanks
     
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  2. Jack Morrissey

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    Never heard of them, how much are they and where did you find?
     
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  3. Tonyray

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    Burn them a couple years ago. They were very good, lots of heat, but did have a lot of fines in the bag. Not a biggie since they burn up anyway.
     
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  4. Jake86

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    From local Agway store. Exspensive!
     
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  5. Phil Do's fire.

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    I burned the North Country's last year. IMHO Overrated & Overpriced! Smallest pellet I ever saw. Decent heat, above average ash. I paid $300 a ton and would not purchase again. This year using Dry Creeks. less money, same heat , lower ash!
     
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  6. Jake86

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    Agree. Big bucks. Lots of ash. Like the good heat though. Not used to it. Been using Fireside Ultra last few years with nothing to compare it to re heat. Going to look around for Dry Creeks. Thanks
     
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  7. Freezn

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    North Country Softwood (100% Spruce) are excellent wood pellets. They throw serious heat with very little ash. Sister company to Spruce Point and La Crete, wood pellets sourced from Alberta Canada. At a price of $249 per ton ($4.98 per bag) North Country Pellets are 10 times better than the low heat / heavy ash garbage pellets the big box stores are selling like Green Supreme, Stove Chow, or Fireside Ultra.
     

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