Does anybody have any idea what to do with several hundred pounds of stove pellets that have lost their integrity?
The people who sold me my house left about two dozen 40-pound bags of pellets — some stored marginally but still usable, some stored very badly. Like on muddy ground. In a leaky shed. With mice nibbling at the corners of the bags. While this stuff is still vaguely pellety and mostly not damp to the touch, it’s gunky enough to clog the auger.
Don’t ask me how I know that, about clogging the auger. Don’t even mention that subject to me right now, okay?
Can I spread the bad stuff on the non-veggie part of my garden? Use it for kitty litter? It’s supposed to be 100 percent wood without chemical additives. Would hate to just lug it all to the dump.
Your ideas appreciated, as always.