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Best of the Best Wood Pellets 2011-2012 Contenders

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In order to be considered and listed for "Best of the Best" 2011-12 East Coast, West Coast or Central US Wood Pellets, please mail your 40lb. bags to me now. Thank you to all those mills who already did!

"Best of the Best" Wood Pellets Winter 2011 - 2012 Have Arrived

East Coast Wood Pellets | West Coast Pellets | Central US Pellets

East Coast Entries

  • Hardwood
    • Cubex Wood Pellets
    • Old Dominion Wood Pellets
    • Henry County Wood Pellets
    • Turman Wood Pellets
    • Clean Fire
    • Bayou
    • Power Pellets
    • O'Malley
  • Softwood
    • VT Wood Pellets
    • Maine Softwood Pellets (coming soon)
    • Okanagan
    • Clean Fire Pacific
    • Spruce Point
  • Blend
    • Maine Woods
    • New England Wood Pellets
    • Green Supreme
    • Warm Front
    • Homestead Wood Pellets
    • Curran
    • Freedom Fuel

West Coast Entries

  • Hardwood
  • Softwood
    • Clean Burn
  • Blend

Central US Pellets

  • Hardwood
    • 1st Choice Wood Pellets by Great Lakes Renewable
    • Pro Pellet
    • Hamer's Hot One's (lots of high ratings for this pellet)
    • Greene Team
  • Softwood
    • Platinum Fire Wood Pellets
  • Blend
please mail your 40lb. bags to me now


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  • Comment Link Joel Jipson Monday, 01 August 2011 12:50 posted by Joel Jipson

    Good Morning,

    My name is Joel Jipson and I live in Howland, ME. (approx. 35 miles north of Bangor. I've bewen buring wood pellets for 3 years (approx. 4 tons). I have burned mostly Canadian Energics and have had good results.

    I was wondering if you have a listing of various pellet fuels-comparison chart with BTU values, % of ash content per ton, mixture and suppliers for the Maine area?

    Would you let me know. August is here and I need to decide on what to buy for pellets