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CEE

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  1. OK that there is my answer. I will put it in the log burner on days that aren't so cold and use it up like that.
  2. Beech seems to be the king. Easy to split burns fantastic when dry. And plentiful in the chilterns where I live. The cherry I have was very old - the trunk lay in the woods for maybe 4 years - is there such a thing as it being past it's best ?
  3. Hi, I have a lot of beech oak and cherry, several tons of each. I find that the cheery does not burn nearly as well as the oak and beech - especially the beech. Is this a normal thing or are my expectations too high? I have a moisture meter and all are nice and dry right through the middle - below 20% some are 10% I am just wondering because you see many forums saying how wonderful cheery is and the lovely smell - I don't get either of those things. Cheers,

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