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6 hours ago, doobin said:

Might as well ask the landowner? That curved butt would only go for firewood anyhow!

 

we are close if you need a contractor to fell and move the timber. 

Personally if I had that but I would not send it for firewood. I would think that you could find a boat builder who would buy it, they need curved planks and can pay a premium 

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On 21/09/2021 at 09:39, doobin said:

Might as well ask the landowner? That curved butt would only go for firewood anyhow!

 

we are close if you need a contractor to fell and move the timber. 

It is a healthy tree on common land, and therefore not available.

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