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Joy Yeomans

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About Joy Yeomans

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  1. We produce hardwood log nets 45x60cm nets we now use a system of cutting billets into nets which means no slithers or small logs and no debris or rubbish in the nets. From june to august once the next set of billets are seasoned we can produce 500 nets a day an artic load a week of 2420 nets. If any customers require them please get in touch. Collection oniy. Joy 07971 220186
  2. First and 4th pics are definitely sycamore the third pic does look like ash with darker heartwood but cant really make out the 2nd. Any better pics without moss on
  3. I've found the fully vented ones last better as the stripe material does seem to deteriorate after 12 months uv damage
  4. Youll have to cut in the summer for dry winter logs
  5. Medallion net have some competitive prices at the moment
  6. Poplar the very orangey bit in pic 4 alder. Alder takes a bit of drying but makes nice firewood the poplar will also take a while to dry but once dry dont let it get wet again
  7. We do on pallets but booked up with orders for next 2 weeks


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  9. I think the most demoralising thing is that we can't see an end in sight to retire at those of us who are mid 40s or 50 wanting to retire in 15 years it ain't gonna happen it's going to be 70 maybe more or even when we all do retire the government's won't have any money in place for a pension
  10. Avoid August I heard because of the midges?


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