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im looking for an very large wood stove coal or wood

olyman

olyman

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There are some sawmills that burn bundles of slabs in home made boilers. A guy I used to know used to burn the cardboard bales of recycled cardboard to heat a chicken barn. 2 or 3 fit in his at a time and only needed when the chicks were young for a week or two.
brother is farmer,,and pays dear price for propain to dry corn..told him of a burner,for corn stalk bales..nope..aint got time he said...yeah,right….
 
anlrolfe

anlrolfe

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problem with flim flaming something together is that he could loose an entire silo and that ain't chicken feed.... or perhaps it is :cool:
 
gunny100

gunny100

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for free, delievered,,stoked up and connected,,and someone pay for the insurance on it,,for your stupidity...
their is a guy on you tube made a very large wood stove i think he put 25 logs in his wood stove
lonley farmer
viedo on you tube
 

sb47

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Keeping a big stove hot enough to keep creosote from building up might be an issue. 2 smaller stoves that can be run hotter and located in different locations my work better.
 
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