Northern Warmth Supreme Douglas Fir 2021/ 2022

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Ranger72

Minister of Fire
Oct 11, 2014
540
Long Island, NY
This has been my go-to pellet since Okanagan went under. I've always liked the way they burn with extremely low ash and lots of heat, but this year's pellets are somehow even better! I would usually have to give the pot a quick scrape once a day or every other day, but it's been a few days in and nothing, the pot is perfect. The dust content did increase slightly within the bags, but nothing tremendous.
 

Pellet-King

Minister of Fire
Nov 30, 2008
1,653
Northern Ct
Just paid $8.99 a bag for Minuteman Douglas fir at TSC, Ouch!!, got 6 bags for $53
Saving them for the extreme cold days ahead, how much were yours?
 

Ranger72

Minister of Fire
Oct 11, 2014
540
Long Island, NY
Just paid $8.99 a bag for Minuteman Douglas fir at TSC, Ouch!!, got 6 bags for $53
Saving them for the extreme cold days ahead, how much were yours?
Sadly, quality pellets on Long Island are NOT cheap. I can buy two tons of Stove Chow from Home Depot almost for what one ton of The Northern Warmth Douglas Fir cost. 🙄
 

scajjr2

Burning Hunk
Dec 9, 2010
210
Kingston, NH
Have almost 2 tons of the NWSDF I got 2 years ago, think they were $365 or $375/ton. $425 now. Fantastic heat, very little ash, save them for really frigid days which over the last 2 years we didn't have any. Have used 4 bags of them so far this winter, will use 2-3 more tonite thru Sun according to the forecast.


sam
 

Pellet-King

Minister of Fire
Nov 30, 2008
1,653
Northern Ct
Have almost 2 tons of the NWSDF I got 2 years ago, think they were $365 or $375/ton. $425 now. Fantastic heat, very little ash, save them for really frigid days which over the last 2 years we didn't have any. Have used 4 bags of them so far this winter, will use 2-3 more tonite thru Sun according to the forecast.


sam
Well This a Weekend were burning the Fir!
 
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