Mini- Smoker Tube
Buffalo River Barbecue Pellets
From our part of the Ozark Mountains, there is a rich supply of various hardwoods including Hickory, Cherry, Apple, Peach, and Oak. With our partnership with some local sawmills, we are able to utilize some hickory and cherry sawdust to make our own brand of barbecue smoker pellets. See our distributor locations for where are pellets are sold. Wholesalers can contact us at email@example.com and we can send you our latest wholesale prices.
Ozark Mountain Wood Heating Pellets
Wood pellets are an excellent heating source. Hardwood pellets are clean burning, environmentally safe, and are a recyclable energy. Pellets are approximately 1 to 1 ½ ” long and ¼” in diameter. They smell pleasant and are clean and smooth. Wood pellets are easy to use. Simply pour the pellets from your 40 lb. bag directly into your stove’s hopper. Remember to store the pellets in a dry area
Wood pellets are easier to start than traditional cordwood which will usually be 30 to 35% moisture. That’s because our pellets have a superior BTU heating value and are low in moisture content. They’re also long-lasting. Another plus is that bags of pellets stack compactly in much less space than a cord of wood.
As a guide, one 40 lb. bag will normally heat a 1,500 SQ. ft. home for one day. To determine the number of pellets you will need, consider these factors: the size of your home, the outside temperature, the amount of insulation in your home, and the desired amount of heat you prefer. After a simple trial period, you will easily find out just how many bags of pellets you will use and will be able to stock up for the winter.Finally, pellets are much more economical than propane and are good for the environment–not to mention the easy clean-up due to the low ash content and the fact that you will no longer have an aching back from chopping wood!
Smoker Wood Chunks and Smoker Wood Chips
Coming Soon – Pressed Sawdust Logs
Sawdust logs are great for log lasting heat without the mess. Each log will last approximately 3 hours and with very little ash. The logs have very little moisture in them so there isn’t water that robs BTUs from the wood. Traditional firewood has 15 – 25% moisture and is very inefficient.