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Old 04-03-08   #21 (permalink)
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Originally Posted by Stevebullman View Post
thats what im thinking bill, ive always avoided it in the past but im getting more and more of it now and premium hardwood is getting increasingly hard to come across
Hi there, have been burning horsechestnut all this winter in open fire , admittedly i have mixed my wood with usual ie ash,hazel,oak etc and had good heat.when ihave just used horse chestnut the heat was not as strong.
I wouldnt sell just horse chestnut to my customers but everybody who has had mixed loads say 1/3 of the load horse chestnut has been very happy with my wood so far.
I know what you mean about premium wood is hard to come across.Around where i am most people want the wood unless is poplar, willow or horse chestnut.
Good luck

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