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Henry County Hardwood Wood Pellets

  • HENRY COUNTY 50-40 lb. bags
  • From: Paris, Tennessee
  • Source: Oak/hardwood blend
  • Ash Content: 0.4%
  • BTU (Dry Basis): 8,300 avg.

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  • Comment Link keith page Monday, 27 January 2014 21:50 posted by keith page

    want to know price and closest dealer

  • Comment Link Patricia STAINBROOK Wednesday, 24 April 2013 01:31 posted by Patricia STAINBROOK

    I have an Avalon/Astoria stove. Henry County pellets are the best pellets we have used. We have bought from Tractor Supply, ( to buy local) But what a difference in quality. We never know where the pellets are coming from, at tracto supply. We have bought your pellets from an independent supplier for the last 3 years, and will continue to do so, Keep doing a quality product and I 'll kep buying Henry County pellets.

  • Comment Link Matt Stevens Friday, 02 November 2012 19:09 posted by Matt Stevens

    I've used a ton of Somerset, a ton of Pro Pellet, some Cheat River, and even a few more. Though I think the Cheat River punched out the most heat,it also left the most ash. I ordered 3 tons of Henry County late last winter and I've burned more than half of it -- it's cleaner, produces less ash, no odd smell, and the auger in my 2010 Harman P-68 has never been clogged by pellets that were too lengthy. Putting Henry County into my Harman P-68 reliably heats 3853 square feet.

  • Comment Link Al Tuesday, 30 October 2012 23:36 posted by Al

    I would have to say that these are the best pellets I have burned. I have tried every brand that is available in my area. These leave no clinkers to speak of. They burn hot. Most importantly, they are consistent in my Heatilator CAB50. My only regret is that it is hard to find them in my are, now.

  • Comment Link gabe clack Saturday, 06 October 2012 21:47 posted by gabe clack

    We have been burning with these pallets for 3 years now. By far the best ones we have used hands down.

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