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Somerset Premium wood pellet Fuel.

Somerset uses kiln-dried sawdust from their wood flooring division to produce high quality premium grade wood fuel pellets.

Somerset Wood Pellets
PO Box 1355
Somerset, KY 42502
(606) 678-2842

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  • Admin Review: Oct 2014: Somerset pellets have always been on top of my list. I miss the days I could find these at the Lowes in Woburn for less than $200 / ton. Those days are over however the quality of these pellets live on. Great pellet and a very safe bet for this season.

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  • Comment Link Joseph C. Moore/ Feathercrest Farm Thursday, 26 February 2015 00:01 posted by Joseph C. Moore/ Feathercrest Farm

    I have an Englander Stove that I purchased and installed about 5 months ago. I have purchased pellets from Walmart (Pennington) which were good, Home Depot (not good)Tractor Supply (uneven quality because of multiple suppliers) and Somerset Pellets this week from Tractor Supply which are, the hottest heating pellets. Night time temperatures have been well below zero (minus 13% at my accurate outdoor thermometer several nights this week). I have purchased them by the bag as I use my Subaru Outback to transport them.
    i expressed my satisfaction with the Somerset brand to Tractor Supply urging them to try to request Somerset over the other brands. I recommend Somerset as an excellent product at a low range price.

  • Comment Link JFA02 Thursday, 01 January 2015 16:45 posted by JFA02

    Theses are the best pellets I have burned this year!. A little more expensive than all the rest, but I bought them when I was in a pinch. They put out the most heat and least ash of any I have bought this year. I have burned Nations Choice which were terrible, New Freedom are good and less expensive, but you get much more ash. Hammer is good also but expensive and second best to Somerset. For the Money I would go with the New Freedom pellets. If money is not an issue I would go with Somerset Pellets they put out the most heat and leave the least ash for clean up.

  • Comment Link Laurel Pardo Tuesday, 02 December 2014 14:22 posted by Laurel Pardo

    Absolutely the worst pellets we have used. One bag lasts only 3 hours. Other brands have lasted 8-12 hours each. At $6 a bag this is not cost efficient. I have also never seen such high ash production out of any pellet before. We won't be buying this again.

  • Comment Link Wes guigar Wednesday, 19 November 2014 23:48 posted by Wes guigar

    Just bought our first few bags of somerset pellets for the year. These are by far the best pellet that I can get in my area. But damn 6.00 a bag is a bit ridiculous.

  • Comment Link Robert Shanklin Saturday, 22 March 2014 16:54 posted by Robert Shanklin

    This winter has been long. we have used 5 ton of Somerset Pellets so far, we are about to run out and can't find any pellets around the Cynthiana, Kentucky area. Any suggestions ????

  • Comment Link Mike Monday, 17 March 2014 21:18 posted by Mike

    I've used 4 brands of wood pellets this winter. This one is clearly the best I've used. Puts out high amount of heat. Hardly any clinkers at all. Very happy. Run a heatilator cab 50.

  • Comment Link bear Wednesday, 12 March 2014 18:42 posted by bear

    why is there a shortage of wood pellets in western Ohio? cannot find wood pellets anywhere.

  • Comment Link Clayton Stanton Tuesday, 04 March 2014 01:01 posted by Clayton Stanton

    Am interested in becoming a wholesale/retail dealer in Walton New York. We would be interested in buying 40 ton per wk this summer. Please let us know if this is possible. We also have shown interest in Ligistic pellets and are awaiting their replay. However, we feel that two and three different types of pellets would be beneficial. We have tested the temp of different pellets and ash and your pellets have our intrest. Thank You. Clayton Stanton, 6074348092

  • Comment Link Ron Johnson Tuesday, 14 January 2014 16:46 posted by Ron Johnson

    I use a Magnum corn/pellet stove for the last 5 years. I used Kentucky Kernel pellets at first. They burn very good, but expensive. The pellets burned great till it warmed up in January at everything sweat and then they didn't burn at good. The following 2 years I burned corn and then ended up blending corn and pellets where I found that was the best for me. Corn prices went too high so I went to straight wood pellets. Burned a brand from Big "R" and Tractor Supply, reasonably priced, can't remember the brand name. Came in white bag. Didn't like that brand. Very dirty, sooty, and didn't burn good no matter the amount of air and didn't get the heat. Tried a few bags of Starlight from Lowes and didn't care for them either. This year I found the local Tractor Supply selling Somerset wood pellets and bought 3 pallets after checking out the reviews and haven't regretted it. I just bought the fourth and last pallet today from Tractor Supply. Somerset burns hotter and cleaner. I get more heat from these pellets compared to the others used. I feel I get the usual ash build up. I still clean stove once a week, two at the most to get the most heat from my stove. Clean fire box every 12-14 hours on number 3 setting where I was emptying fire box last year every 6-8 hours at the number two setting. Somerset may be a little more expensive than what I used last year, but its been worth it. I hope Tractor Supply gets them back next year.

  • Comment Link Sue Will Sunday, 12 January 2014 15:36 posted by Sue Will

    I have a King/Ashley 551M pellet stove that I purchased last year. Used pellets from TSC and they were horrible didn't burn good and had so much ash had to clean the stove every day! I found Somerset pellets at Lowes and loved them. they burn so clean and hot. this year went to TSC and they had Somerset pellets and I bought what they had. They don't have anymore and I don't know anyone in this area that is a distributor. We are now using Greenway Oak pellets and they don't burn good and the ash is horrible. The stove has to be cleaned every 2 to 3 days. Sure do miss the Somerset pellets only had to clean once or twice a month and they lasted longer. Is there a dist. in this area please let me know! I love your pellets they are the best!


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