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Re: Pricing salvaged barn lumber

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02-24-2013 07:08:59

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If all you got is what is on the trailer, doesn't look like it would be worth the time and effort.

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02-24-2013 08:48:36

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 Re: Pricing salvaged barn lumber in reply to Retired Farmer, 02-24-2013 07:08:59  
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There are 4-5 more trailer loads. It was starting to get tippy so we quit at three chunks. I am a lot younger and poorer than you are so it is worth a little more to me. :lol:
If I treat them as cheap Menards lumber they are worth around $14/board. If you consider them a higher grade like DSS (that is what Menards called their Southern Yellow Pine good lumber) they are worth $25/board. If you look at it that way I am making $100s/hour.

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02-24-2013 12:31:19

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 Re: Pricing salvaged barn lumber in reply to sflem849, 02-24-2013 08:48:36  
I don't think you will find any lumber today that will compare to your lumber, at Menard's or HomeDepot. It is all second and third growth pithy stuff. What you got is original growth lumber, way better. Boss just had a complete new roof put on a cow shed last week. Two by fours cost around eight hundred dollars. Been me, I wouldn't have bothered dragging the stuff home. Crooked, split and split most everywhere they drove a nail.

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