Am milling some maple in NW Oregon, near Sheridan. I have a miller that
will charge $.35 /L.F. to saw. I have more logs than I need (can afford to
have cut). Some are Birdseye/high figure. If Someone local in the area
wants to pay for their part of the sawing, you can have the rest. We would
probably have to help the sawyer the days he mills too. I have the logs on
the landing and am shipping to the mill next week, after that its whenever
he can cut them. Logs are bucked into 8's, 10's and 12's plus trim. 8" to
about 20", I think there may be 6 - 8 extra logs.
This is a first for me, but thought milling and (air) drying my own lumber
would be the way to go.
E-mail me if you want to try some of the "great experiment" and we'll see
how it goes. **
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