I see, thanks. Is it sold as a heating fuel? Or just generic dried kernel corn? I wonder if a Tractor Supply would have itI get it in town. Local feed store. Its slightly more expensive than wood pellets but burns much hotter. In my opinion its cow corn. Yes it is dry.
Where i buy it, it is sold as heating corn. I know tsc sells corn as feed which is usually sold more expensive than the heat corn. But i feel it is the same product. If you have a local stove shop or local feedd store. I feel like they may sell heating corn.I see, thanks. Is it sold as a heating fuel? Or just generic dried kernel corn? I wonder if a Tractor Supply would have it
I don't see anyone on the east coast getting our prices in the mid-west. Price has been steady the past few years $110-120 per ton. While corn does burn hotter I don't think the price offset to pellets would make it worth it.If you are near any grain elevators, buy a old grain wagon and just drag it down and fill r up. Corn is cheap right now. Cash price at the grain elevator near here runs about 3 to 3.25 a bushel.
I normally buy it from whoever is farming corn near me. Field corn running around 15 percent moisture. Go through about 200 bushels a year. Last year got it for less than $3 a bushel.