I read in a book that if you let timber "rest" and dry out they are more
stable after you saw them into lumber, my wife's Grandfather (who owns a
sawmill) and has lot more experience at this likes to saw green "easier
to run though the mill", anyone have any some light to share on this?
probably going to saw some of it green, don't have the space for all of
it to cure at once. I getting this from a co-worker, Tonight was the
first time I saw the tree, I got some of the branches they are over 1'
thick, the trunk is about 2 1/2' to 3' thick, I'm going to have to saw
it down to get it to fit on the sawmill. Next I need to convince him to
let me help prune his cherry orchard, apple orchard, and some other
trees I think are peaches.