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McFeeters Emerald Wood Pellets

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McFeeters Wood Pellets are a 100% softwood pellet.  G.McFeeters, manufacturer of Premium horse and livestock bedding material and wood pellets. Superior grade wood shavings are formulated and blended in the correct ratios of fines and flakes.

 

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  • Comment Link D Reid Friday, 16 January 2015 16:10 posted by D Reid

    I tried these this year as well. They burn hot and the ash content isn't bad but the flame is all over the place and inconsistent burn rate.

  • Comment Link jas Thursday, 08 January 2015 20:33 posted by jas

    burns hot but tons of ash blocked vacum line twice in a month

  • Comment Link Cyrus Monday, 31 March 2014 00:02 posted by Cyrus

    Ran out of the good stuff this year (Vermont Wood Pellet), so I bought some McFeeters. What junk!

    Tons of ash, burns inconsistently, throws sparks all over. Crazy flame that is all over the place.

    DO NOT RECOMMEND!

  • Comment Link joe Thursday, 11 July 2013 16:36 posted by joe

    I used these for the first time during the 2012-2013 season based on favorable reviews. I had been using Okanagan for the three prior years and really loved them. I switched because of a less expensive price, more bags on a pallet (easier for me to store), and what appeared to be great specs. WHAT A MISTAKE. These pellets were the worst! Very high ash content - I was cleaning my stove every other day. With Okanagan I could go 4 to 5 days or more with emptying ash. Also at least half the bags would develop klinkers after about 6 to 8 hours of burning. Don't believe the specs, this is a VERY BAD product.

  • Comment Link Johnny Wednesday, 13 March 2013 22:56 posted by Johnny

    I purchased a half ton of these last year and they were great. This year not so much. Very high ash and fines.

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