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Strawberry Mountain Wood Pellets

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• Clean Burning
• No Wax
• 100% Ponderosa Pine
• No Additives
• No Insects
• No Dirt
• No Bark
• Low Moisture, Fines, and Ash Content

Malheur Pellet Mill

Now offering 100% Ponderosa Pine, 100% Douglas Fir
and blended Pine-Fir fuel bricks and pellets!

Malheur Lumber Company manufactures these premium forest biomass pellets and bricks. Packaged pellets and bricks are used in home heating systems and bulk pellets are used in the industrial boilers of hospitals, schools and other commercial and governmental building heating systems. Malheur Lumber Company exports these premium pellets and bricks worldwide.Heating with sustainable densified wood from forest biomass has several environmental advantages:

Reduces environmental impacts from fossil fuel use. Using densified wood replaces oil, coal and gas typically used for heating. Using a renewable resource diminishes the environmental impact experienced from fossil fuels. The wood waste boiler utilized to dry the furnish in our bricks, further reduces use of these fossil fuels.
Improves air quality. Densified wood is considered carbon neutral as it releases the same amount of carbon during combustion as that released during the natural decaying process of the wood. Particulate emissions from clean burning densified wood is as much 92% less than burning cordwood.
Restores forest health. Stewardship forestry practices lessens the fuel load in the forest, thereby moderating the intensity of wildfires. Thinning the forest allows healthy trees to grow stronger.

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5 comments

  • Comment Link Gill Hustead Monday, 07 August 2017 03:54 posted by Gill Hustead

    I live in central Idaho. I burned your pellets last winter. They worked good in my wall mounted stove. I am looking for someone that sells these pellets. Where I bought them last year went out of business.

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  • Comment Link Jim Oldland Thursday, 01 October 2015 22:35 posted by Jim Oldland

    I will have a truck in john day the next week or so. Would have any loads coming to Medford Or. area, could store for a while if need be.

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  • Comment Link Terry R Anderson Wednesday, 15 October 2014 20:25 posted by Terry R Anderson

    We have recently used the Biomass fuel bricks and found them to be outstanding. Now searching for a supplier in the Bend, Or. area. Did call the company and am waiting for a return call. Ace hardware carried the Bricks and all three stores sold out, but they told us they are discontinued.

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  • Comment Link tom Saturday, 07 December 2013 02:51 posted by tom

    I was using Natural Glow out of Pendleton, admittedly their cheap version, of pine. Strawberry Mountain is very clean and hot burning, leaves few clinkers and hardly any ash clean out. It is of Douglas Fir. I would not try any other now.

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  • Comment Link Tom Laney Tuesday, 03 December 2013 19:49 posted by Tom Laney

    Best pellets I have had in years and less expensive to boot. Very low ash and NO clinkers after a ton. Great pellets. Used in Breckwell P24 insert. Removed ash twice in a ton.Just bought another ton and when they get more so will I.

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