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Arctic load of larch.

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Do you mean an artic load rather than arctic? It's a good question cause I get quoted all sorts, and the other fact is due to the lightness of the timber you get less tonnage on the vehicle but more volume, if that makes sense. (am I making sense, not sure).

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How much does one expect to pay for an arctic load of larch or similar quality softwood for processing?

 

HI dick ref your pics mate what dog is that in your pics thanks jon :thumbup:

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Approx £900 including haulage, why larch?

 

I was under the impression that's there a lot coming out in the south Wales area and it dries more quickly and burns better than most other softwoods, larch is a preference but I suppose that once dried all softwoods burn the same.

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s.varty   
HI dick ref your pics mate what dog is that in your pics thanks jon :thumbup:

 

Looks like a labradoodle to me john

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We will have a fair bit of clean larch soon; pm for details.

 

I'd be interested to know what you want for a cm3, I've got a contract with FC Wales but in all honesty it's to time consuming to extract myself in the quantities I get but I've got a fixed rate with them. I'd be looking for delivery to Chepstow.

 

Sorry for the interjection DT, what part of SW are you.

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