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I am all over those Hickory ones... I'll just use my sifter but I cannot pass up that at all...
 
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They also had Mesquite but BrickSeek mislabeled them as lump charcoal.
 
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Well, the Pit Boss website has them for $19.99. Sounds like a deal to me.
 

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I want Hickory but I'll take those Mesquite and Competition Blend too... GONNA STOCK UP !!!! awesome
 

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Walmart has the comp blend 40 lb for 14.97/ 20 lb bags for 7.97. I’ve switched over to PB from Traeger pellets bad find the flavor far superior to traeger. Use a blend of competition/ mesquite/ charcoal and hickory
 

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SHIPPING FREE!!!! Good grief I got 4 bags Hickory and 4 bags mesquite!!!
 
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Nice...I ended ordering from Walmart and/ free shipping as well. Also got Competition Blend, Mesquite, and Fruit Blend.
 

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SHIPPING FREE!!!! Good grief I got 4 bags Hickory and 4 bags mesquite!!!


BTW, as soon as my PitBoss bags get here... I will do a Traeger, PitBoss, and Bear Mountain Pellet "sifting test" to see who has more DUST and who breaks up easier during a good shaking...
 

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My love of Oak pellets is a disadvantage ... I got to have my steaks and briskets with 100% oak ... not that great a selection out there for me in Ontario so until I find Oak in another brand I'm stuck with Traeger.
 

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My love of Oak pellets is a disadvantage ... I got to have my steaks and briskets with 100% oak ... not that great a selection out there for me in Ontario so until I find Oak in another brand I'm stuck with Traeger.
Try Furtado Farms, they make pellets in Ontario
Dickson BBQ and Wickertree both carry this brand

I should have added; yes, I have used them. They burn fairly clean, not a lot of ash and produce a good amount of smoke. I didn't get the oak, but I will get some this summer
 
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Try Furtado Farms, they make pellets in Ontario
Dickson BBQ and Wickertree both carry this brand

I should have added; yes, I have used them. They burn fairly clean, not a lot of ash and produce a good amount of smoke. I didn't get the oak, but I will get some this summer
Thanks Rusty, just wondering if anyone knows the quality of Furtado pellets?
 

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Thanks Rusty, just wondering if anyone knows the quality of Furtado pellets?
The ones I bought were good. Not a lot of dust in the bags. Pellets were solid and firm. I found they provided a good amount of smoke. They burned very well and imparted a smooth smoke flavor, not harsh. There was very little ash as well. I would definitely buy them again
 

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The ones I bought were good. Not a lot of dust in the bags. Pellets were solid and firm. I found they provided a good amount of smoke. They burned very well and imparted a smooth smoke flavor, not harsh. There was very little ash as well. I would definitely buy them again
Thanks again Rusty...forgive me for my compulsive disorder lol but did you find a difference in quality or characteristics comparing the Traeger pellets?
 

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Thanks again Rusty...forgive me for my compulsive disorder lol but did you find a difference in quality or characteristics comparing the Traeger pellets?
Not a problem. We all learn here from others experiences. Whether they are fails or successes, something can be learned.
Traeger pellets work alright. I find that they are made well, but not a huge smoke or flavor producer. That's just my opinion, and I have only used 3 bags of Traeger pellets. Compared to Furtado Farms, no contest for me, Furtado out performs them in every way.
For me, this is what I saw. Not a scientific comparison, just in use cooks
I would say on ash, they are about equal. Definitely not any more from Furtado Farms pellets.
Smoke, Furtado farms produces more.
Flavor, Furtado farms seems to impart more in the protein
Pellet quality, about the same. I didn't and haven't had any issues with either brand.
Let me know if there is a specific comparison you are looking for
 

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Well Rusty you convinced me to give them a go, Im always ordering items from Dickson so my next order will include Furtado oak pellets. Thanks for the advice. At some future post I'll give you my take on it.
 
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