Tuesday, December 1, 2015

Pioneer Maid Wood Cookstove

Pioneer Maid Cookstove

The Pioneer Maid's durability, ease of use and overnight burning capabilities, make this stove a simple choice for anyone looking to add a wood-fired cookstove to their home.  The tightly welded construction has made this wood-burning range cooker ultra airtight, efficient and keeps air leakage to a minimum.  Safety is an extremely important factor to us at Obadiah's and with the top loading firebox to keep embers from falling out on to the floor, you can be rest assured that the stove was designed with you and your family's safety in mind.  We feel you will also appreciate the simplicity and trouble free engineering put in to the Pioneer Maid.

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  • Handmade by Amish craftsmen
  • Large firebox with overnight burning capabilities
  • Quick, fingertip controlled air intake
  • Stronger and thicker fire brick refractory and downdraft efficiency cuts down on wood consumption
  • Tightly welded steel construction
  • Smooth steel cook top
  • Two large 11" lids
  • Spacious spring-loaded oven quickly heats and fits 8 loaves of bread
  • Black porcelain finish for style and easy clean up
  • Backsplash and storage shelf
  • Durable stainless steel stove body
  • Ash drawer for easy clean out
  • Wood handles and knobs
  • Oven thermostat
  • Internal flue damper
  • Heats up to 2,000 square feet
  • EPA Exempt (learn more here)
  • Washington State Approved (learn more here)


  • Hot water coil

  • Water reservoir (capacity 10 U.S. gallons)

  • Warming closet


Pioneer Maid With Water Reservoir Without Water Reservoir
Overall Dimensions 52" L x 28.5" W x 53.5" H 43" L x 28.5" W x 51.5" H
Oven Dimensions 22" D x 19.5" W x 13" H 22" D x 19.5" W x 13" H
Cooking Surface 50" L x 22.5" W x 32.5" H 41" L x 22.5" W x 32.5" H
Firebox Dimensions 8.5" L x 11.5" W x 18.5" H 18.5" L x 11.5" W x 18.5" H
Flue 7" round 7" round
Venting Location Rear Rear
Shipping Weight 623 lb 570 lb
Heating Capacity 2,000 sq. ft 2,000 sq. ft
Clearances to Combustibles (Measured from stove)
Front 48" 48"
Rear 25" 25"
Left Side 25" 25"
Right Side 48" 48"
Clearances to Combustibles (Measured from chimney)
Rear 20" 20"
Side 46" 46"

*This stove is not mobile home approved.

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Prices U.S. Dollars
Pioneer Maid with Shelf $2,200**
Pioneer Maid with Warming Closet $2,435**
Pioneer Maid with Water Reservoir $2,350**
Pioneer Maid with Water Reservoir & Warming Closet $2,600**
Stainless Water Coil - Single $75
Stainless Water Coil - Double $150
Warming Closet $300

** Shipping is additional.  For a shipping quote, or to place your order, please call or email our office with the preferred model and accessories as well as your postal code.  One of our sales consultants will return your inquiry promptly during our business hours.  We do our best to coordinate the lowest shipping available based on your delivery needs.  Click here to see Obadiah's Shipping Terms.

Be sure to check out our newly improved Cookstove Community website cookstoves.net; the best place online to connect with other cookstove users over stoves, self-sufficient living, alternative energy, and more! Take a look at our selection of videos, articles, and photos, and be sure to visit the forums to talk to like-minded folks from all over.

If you're new to cookstoves, we also recommend reading about two of our favorites: the Kitchen Queen and the Esse Ironheart.

If you are planning to cook with a cookstove, you will need to understand some basic fire safety. Remember, extinguishing a grease or oil fire with water is not a good idea.

Don’t use water to put out a grease fire!

Pouring Water on an Oil Fire


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