This product is produced in Northern Alberta Canada. Wood supply is excellent and this mill produces high end lumber because of the quality of their wood supply. Very dry white looking pellet.
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Have used the pellets…still using but not primarily. Find packaging flimsy. The smallest hole allows moisture in and the pellets just disintegrate into dust. Have been using the pellets for two years and finally have found a better product. Less dust, better packaging.
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Was forced to purchase North Country Premium Softwood Pellets from Home Hardware in Whitehorse as most everybody was sold out with the cold snap ( -45 to-50 C ) for 12 days. They are mediocre at best, pellets are damp, bags are way to light and rip and tear very easy. Have to carry them like a toddler or the bag will come apart and spill. Lots of bags thru-out the pallet with frozen chunks of pellets and powder. Stupid expensive at $7.60/ bag, a small discount if you purchase the pallet. But even with the discount still a $100.00/ pallet more expensive. Usually only use Canawick hardwood pellets from C.T. Pellet size is inconsistent from 1/4in to 1.5in. stove has to run 1 to 2 heat settings higher so higher consumption. Amount of ash is about the same as the hardwood pellets. C.T. will have stock at the end of the week and will definitely be going back to Canawick.
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North country premium softwood pellets are mediocre at best. Pellet size varies from quarter Inch to 1.5in. Pellets are damp some bags in the middle of the pallet have frozen chunks in them,so have to run the stove on a higher setting to keep the house warm. Bags are made to thin lots of tears in bags on the seams and at the heat seal, have to carry the bags like a toddler for fear they will blow apart and dump on the floor. They are stupid expensive at Home Hardware in Whitehorse $7.60/bag a bit cheaper if you buy the whole pallet. $100.00/pallet higher than Canadian tire, Canawick hardwood(sold out in the 12 days of -45 to 55.)