The Model 3101 is a commercial high output corn stove heating system that is portable with pneumatic tires, folding handles and heavy duty construction.
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The Model 1101 can be used in a variety of spaces and areas of the home. Will comfortably heat a small 2200 square foot home. Golden Grain's most economical model.
Known for their simplicity and ease of use, Golden Grain corn stoves, including the Model 2004, shouldn't be ignored. The Model 2004 is a solid stove.
A multifuel burning stove, the Country Flame Harvester will burn either corn or wood pellets at up to 97% efficiency. Puts out 50,000 max BTUs at full power.
The Cherokee corn stove from Amaizablaze is the company's smallest freestanding stove. BTUs are adjustable up to 30,000 BTU and down to 8,000 BTU.
The Amaizablaze Cheyenne features adjustable heat output of up to 70,000 BTUs, a fuel hopper capacity of 115 lbs, and a secondary heat exchanger.
The Model 3000 Sedore corn/ multi-fuel stove is rated to heat up to 3000 square feet. It's the same height and width as Sedore's other models.
The Greenfield in appearance refers back to the traditional cast iron wood stoves, but it's uniquely designed to burn economical corn as its fuel.
Lancaster corn stoves have all the features of larger corn burning stoves, but are more compact in size for those smaller areas in your home.
The Magnum Countryside Model 3500P corn stove has multifuel capabilities and will burn shelled corn, wood pellets, cherry pits and olive pits. Puts out up to 56,000 BTUs.