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I know a few guys felling pop to be packed into containers & shipped abroad. I've got a contact if you want it.

 

 

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Is it for financial gain, or just to burn for himself?

 

All wood burns, eventually. Poplar isn't very good, lovely to cut, smells nice processing but holds a lot of water and takes a while to dry out and doesn't give off much heat.

If your friend is kitted out for felling and extracting, the site is good and there a lot of easy felled and extracted timber, then go for it, stick in a pile and sell to the firewood masses or chip it.

Find out the end worth and work your way back.

 

 

Just to burn him self.

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If your friend wants to go and cut down trees for free or even pay to do it, he would be better choosing a timber that burns better imo.

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I know a few guys felling pop to be packed into containers & shipped abroad. I've got a contact if you want it.

 

 

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That would be handy thank you

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