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I have 3 or 4 artic loads of mixed hardwood available for sale near Canterbury Kent.

 

Stack 1 contains oak, beech, hornbeam and sweet chestnut in 2m lengths and was cut 2nd week of August.

 

Stack 2 contains oak and beech only in 3.3m lengths and was cut 1st week of September.

 

Stack 3 contains sweet chestnut only in 3.3m lengths and was cut 1st week of September.

 

Stack 4 contains oak and beech in 3.3m lengths and was cut mid September.

 

£45 a ton including vat @ roadside

 

Easy access for artic wagons or rigids

 

07716006785

 

 

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Got some 11ft birch and 10ft softwood ( Corsican pine) for sale on the same site if anyone is interested.

Should be 2 wagon loads of birch and 1 of softwood.

 

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I have 3 or 4 artic loads of mixed hardwood available for sale near Canterbury Kent.

 

Stack 1 contains oak, beech, hornbeam and sweet chestnut in 2m lengths and was cut 2nd week of August.

 

Stack 2 contains oak and beech only in 3.3m lengths and was cut 1st week of September.

 

Stack 3 contains sweet chestnut only in 3.3m lengths and was cut 1st week of September.

 

Stack 4 contains oak and beech in 3.3m lengths and was cut mid September.

 

£45 a ton including vat @ roadside

 

Easy access for artic wagons or rigids

 

07716006785

 

 

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Hi mate you will sale this easy thanks Jon

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So from a harvesters point of view the stack thats 22ton totals to £990.(how long does/did it take to harvest that amount?) Also Theres alot of talk on here about the price of cord and how high it is (that price is alot lower than some that have been mentioned) so my question is that do u think you earn good money at those prices and that where others are chafging 70 quid a ton are high or are they just just earning a fair amount and due to lay out cost thats what they have to charge?

Cheers regards william :)

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So from a harvesters point of view the stack thats 22ton totals to £990.(how long does/did it take to harvest that amount?) Also Theres alot of talk on here about the price of cord and how high it is (that price is alot lower than some that have been mentioned) so my question is that do u think you earn good money at those prices and that where others are chafging 70 quid a ton are high or are they just just earning a fair amount and due to lay out cost thats what they have to charge?

Cheers regards william :)

 

Good question.

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First stack pictured weighed 22 ton according to weigh bridge tickets.

 

Haven't had tickets back for other loads yet

 

Hi GARTH WELL done selling it all thanks Jon

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