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Just curious what everyone's buying in at this year. We're edging towards £60 a ton delivered not including Vat and it looks like it will go up a bit more although all the diseases recently could see it drop again. 

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£54-56 per ton delivered at the moment for decent sized sycamore/ash/beech/oak/birch
Paid £45 for one load earlier in the season. It was huge oversize stuff 30" plus mostly though so nobody wanted it obviously as it had been sat there a year! It's made some great logs so far!

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Where I work on an MOD site all of our felled trees are logged split and seasoned in a barn and we can't make profit on it so they only sell it at £20 a ton collected.

Absolute bargain IMO. we don't advertise so only a few people actually know about it.

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On 02/09/2017 at 18:51, tony_t3d said:

Where I work on an MOD site all of our felled trees are logged split and seasoned in a barn and we can't make profit on it so they only sell it at £20 a ton collected.

Absolute bargain IMO. we don't advertise so only a few people actually know about it.

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Hi

do you still have wood available I will take it in log form if it saves you the work of cutting and splitting and still pay you £20 a ton 07718755175

thanks Roger

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