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Corn Burning Stoves



Sales of Corn Stoves Are Popping

Rising natural gas and propane prices are stoking interest in corn burning stoves.

Besides you don't have to cut, chop, or carry dirt laden wood into the house! Yet corn burning stoves give you that warm glow - as if you HAD just put a few crackling logs on the fire.

The heat from corn burning stoves is clean. With the best corn stove burners you don't have to worry about smoke, ash, odor or noise.

But you do have to be careful. It's best to fence off the immediate three feet around the appliance as it does get seriously hot. Which might be a drawback to those with small kids.

Corn stoves are in the class of pellet stoves. So the fuel isn't what you'd expect. No you're NOT burning the cobs. You're using clean burning corn kernels to heat your house.

And yes Virginia. Corn burning stoves can heat your entire house. With a renewable fuel rather than fossil fuels.

Corn Burning Stoves Tip: Some report that yellow corn burns just fine but that white corn burns even hotter.

You do need to keep the corn dry. So moisture content is important. Ideally you want 12% of less. Since corn with higher moisture content will burn less efficiently.



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