My family burns corn in three different applications. One is an Amazing Heat furnace which has been funtioning since 1988. The other two are outdoor boiler units. All dedicated corn burning units. I'm sure there are ratio's of how to mix corn with pellets and or dried cherry pits. All have been tried. The reason they get tried is the cost of the corn. My family are grain farmers and esentially grow there own heat. Works for them. I burn coal because it is more cost effective. I tell them corn is for selling and coal is for burning!!! They don't listen. Probably cuz they are too busy selling corn at $260 a ton right out of there bin into other peoples trucks. Look up the BTU comparison and make your own evidenced based decision.