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Re: Walnut tops, how long will they last?

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11-25-2013 10:52:25

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I would guess that you have a lot of smaller logs that are good, just not what the buyer wanted. Save them out for saw logs, that lumber will sell good. If nothing else with them take to a local show with a saw mill and let them have them for display and if you do not need the lumber let them sell it for income to operate the show. Sounds like you will have enough firewood that you would not miss it.

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11-26-2013 03:59:28

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 Re: Walnut tops, how long will they last? in reply to Leroy, 11-25-2013 10:52:25  
Believe me Walnut has enough value and is in such demand that they didn"t leave any logs laying around suitable for sawing, unless your running a 1/4 scale mill.

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11-26-2013 06:27:57

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 Re: Walnut tops, how long will they last? in reply to Butch(OH), 11-26-2013 03:59:28  
I know for vener they want only the parts without knots and usually they will not take anything less than 8' in length and a foot in diameter. A 4' log will fit on most mills and even if it is only 6" in diameter it will demonstrate the procedure and that size material would be in demand from home woodworkers.

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Dusty MI

11-25-2013 17:57:59

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 Re: Walnut tops, how long will they last? in reply to Leroy, 11-25-2013 10:52:25  
Old Wives Tale, if you use Walnut wood for heating your wife will become pregnant.


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11-26-2013 04:02:22

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 Re: Walnut tops, how long will they last? in reply to Dusty MI, 11-25-2013 17:57:59  
Dang Dusty, I got so worked up about that I went out and cut some up and threw it in the stove last night and then got all cleaned up and waited to get attacked!,,,,,and I woke up this morning and went to work,,,,,

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11-26-2013 10:23:02

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 Re: Walnut tops, how long will they last? in reply to Butch(OH), 11-26-2013 04:02:22  
"Might ought to check and see if your neighbor is smiling this morning. ???

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