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Posted By Husky,
Dec 16, 2014 at 1:43 PM
+1 for 3 years running now. Only high test weight field corn is better....
They've all been much better than my replaced wood stove, so it's all good.
When I was younger and a newlywed, my wife and I owned a home on 20 acres of hardwood in Ohio and we heated exclusively with downed timber from the woods and it was fun, chopping up downed trees, skidding logs, splitting wood and feeding the woodstove, but I was young then. I really liked the bugs that came with the woodpile in the basement, little crawly things, and, cleaning out the ashes and the ever present odor of woodsmoke in the house, it gave the house a 'woodsy' smell.
Fast forward to now. I'm older and I don't want the twice warmed feel anymore (warms you once when you split it and once when you burn it) nor the bugs, nor the 'woodsy smell' in the house so a woodstove isn't an option anymore. I actually own lots more timber now than then but everything downed under 8" gets run through the chipper and over 8 gets cut into manageable lengths, loaded in the front end loader and deposited in a big pile that I roast twice yearly.....outside, unless, of course my neighbor wants some or all, because he's younger and likes to get warmed twice.
Me, I'll pass.
Heat'rs. I'm new.
I've had very good luck last year and this year with Presto Logs, but more recently my nephew in Maryland introduced me to EcoBlaze!! They are FANTASTIC Unfortunately, I cannot get them here in NY, but at $199 a ton it makes a good reason for a trip down to see him Anyone else try these??
Hamer's Hot One's, over 5 seasons.
Because I could have run them all winter without doing anything to the stove. And I mean nothing. My stove has a massive ash pan even when its full you can pile up ash on the sides and not cause problems. The heat was just ok they had lots of ash but it went in places that did not cause problems. Ive burned some expensive pellets they were hotter but somewhere in the stove ash or buildup would end up somewhere that it needed to be cleaned eventually.
American Wood Fiber Super Premium White Pine and Starlite
Hamers Hamers Hamers. Amazing, hardly any fines at all, burn hot as a motha'.
I am convinced that if this thread runs long enough, every brand of pellet we know will make the list.
I will feel so bad for the person who lists Green Supreme as their #1 pellet.
Surprised no one has said inferno yet.
Douglas fir, anyones.
Interesting; in another topic I just started, got Lignetics just now and the dealer had a 10-bag limit (until I got there) on the Lignetics, but no limit on Infernos. Maybe I cannot draw a conclusion from that?
I can't speak from first hand experience but from what others have reported, I think it is safe to say that you can draw a conclusion from the lack of bag limit on the infernos.
Thats all I have burned so far. First year with s stove. Had no Idea about pellets when I bought my ton of green supreme. Only pellet I burned so far