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  1. tomm156

    inc cages for sale and logs

    sorry for the late replies I don't visit the site much. still have over a hundred empty cages here. we are on the Devon and Cornwall border. best to text or ring me on 07453 279062 if you need to get hold of me. oh and ratman if you've nothing sensible to say then do one.
  2. tomm156

    inc cages for sale and logs

    have about 200 ibc cages for sale. 130 empty and 70 full of seasoned hardwood. 15 quid each for the empty ones and 80 for the full ones. thanks
  3. we have about 2 8 wheeler loads of sycamore and ash roadside from a thinning job. mix of prosessor size up to 600mm. nice straight timber. £50 a ton plus vat. 07453 279062
  4. tomm156

    whole sale prices

    all hardwood. sycamore ash and birch. currently all around 25% baking in the Sun! 70 per 1.2m3 sounds reasonable then?
  5. tomm156

    Imported Kiln Dried Wood

    what does it work out at per m3? pm if you prefer?
  6. tomm156

    Anyone storing firewood in IBCs

    have loads 07453 279063
  7. tomm156

    whole sale prices

    thinking of selling all our logs whole sale this year to free up more time during the winter. what would be a realistic price to expect? could sell them either in ibc cages or loose. will be fully seasoned come autumn. thanks all
  8. hi. looking for recommendations on a suitable rope to pull a few trees against the lean with a tractor please? want about 70m. Not going to be used much and don't really want a steel cable! thanks all
  9. tomm156

    ibcs vs vented bags

    currently using ibcs stacked outside with lids to season. considering swapping to vented bags to make emptying into truck easier and also save space when they are empty. has anyone moved and is it likely to increase seasoning time by going over to bags? also those of you who use bags do you use a sheet etc if outside? thanks
  10. tomm156

    Anyone want a Sugi 20" 3/8 bar?

    is it to fit a 461? new or used and is it the light version? interested depending on price
  11. tomm156

    self powerd processor

    good morning. we are looking to buy a firewood processor to replace our vertical splitter. currently we just have a handler we use for moving cages and loading the trailer etc. ideally we don't want to have to buy a tractor and would like something we can lift with the forks and store in a shed. apart from the wp36 is there anything else on the market we could have missed? also looked at the pto power packs if anyone has any experience of them? any help much appreciated thanks all Tom
  12. tomm156

    tipper for logs

    evening all. I know this has been done to death but I am still unsure. we run a smallish firewood company and we have decided rather than use the hilux and tipper trailer we would be better off with a dedicated tipper for deliveries. been looking at isuzu but don't think I would get used to the weird gear pattern so have moved onto transits. any other suggestions would be ideal. budget is about 10k maby slightly more and it's only job will be logs. also does anyone know how much volume the back of a standard transit will hold. thanks in advance
  13. tomm156

    Wholesale and retail firewood available in Cumbria

    please message me prices for hardwood in bulk bags. would be looking to send a lorry up. thanks
  14. tomm156

    wholesale hardwood wanted

    south west on the Devon Cornwall border
  15. tomm156

    Going rate for larch for in the SW

    I would be interested in a 8 wheeler load if you had spare


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