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Anybody know what to do with around 150 tons of poplar? We are pricing a job and will be needing to shift it. Anything up to a foot will be chipped but this leaves a lot of butts up to 30" diameter.

 

Whereabouts are you? Pending that, I'll have the lot off you; anything down to 7cm as long as it's in consistent lengths i.e. 2.1/2.3/2.9m and so on...

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Whereabouts are you? Pending that, I'll have the lot off you; anything down to 7cm as long as it's in consistent lengths i.e. 2.1/2.3/2.9m and so on...

 

Out of interest, what will it be used for and why the specific lengths?

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i know a guy who will have the big rings as they use it for knife throwing targets, his name is Mozz and he is at Woodend farm complex just put it in google Nottinghamshire.

 

Does he want 3000 of them?

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Anybody know what to do with around 150 tons of poplar? We are pricing a job and will be needing to shift it. Anything up to a foot will be chipped but this leaves a lot of butts up to 30" diameter.

 

Hi where abouts is the wood located in the country as I am in west wales.

Cheers Chris.

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