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From past discussions on here it was evident that some of the pellet stoves and grain burners were more effective than others with junk grain and tailings. Does anybody have any recent news on a burner that works well with the kind of stuff we all have access to that we are wasting currently? Looking for something for a shop.
 

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I have a peltech 72 in the house. Its supposed to be a multifuel burner however ive only used wood pellets in it. It has a bigger hopper (70lbs) and bigger ash tray. Probably good for a shop.
 

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I use a John deer corn stove in the house and burn screenings, mouldy grain,peas, wild mustard seed, it works great as long as it’s dry. The shop is heated with an old pellet stove and some grain can be mixed with the pellets.
 
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