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  1. We have approx 25 lengths of large Crack will to remove from a farm in Canterbury. We can fell into the field and process. Due to a water main on the entrance to the field we can’t get a timber lorry in if anyone local is interested please email me at max@bronzeleaf.co.uk
  2. Nearing decision time on a new splitter - which will be a tractor mounted vertical. It'll be used out in the forest and at home so PTO is an obvious necessity, however I'm just debating on whether it's worth also getting the electric motor option also. The thinking being quieter when at home, independent from any tractor breakdowns and also future proofed for if diesel use becomes an issue in future years. As the splitter is an expensive purchase and one to last a lifetime, the latter point is probably most important behind the thought but just wondering whether I'm over thinking/worrying about something that might not happen and whether it warrants the extra cost (approx 1k) of the elec option 🤷‍♂️. Thoughts welcome and also whether anyone has experience of tractor mounted PTO splitters with the elec option and how much they use it? From the data when in elec mode it's considerably slower than when run by the tractor!
  3. Hello there, I currently have about 150 tons of mixed ash/oak cordwood roadside, and due to have another 300 tons out this season. 2.5m lengths, up to about 18" diameter, straight thinnings ideal for a processor. Location is Monmouth, NP25 5NJ. I can help arrange haulage if necessary. Looking for £60/ton roadside but negotiable. Ring me on 07963 617 144 to discuss or come and have a look. Many thanks, Aaron
  4. Hello there, I currently have about 150 tons of mixed ash/oak cordwood roadside, and due to have another 300 tons out this season. 2.5m lengths, up to about 18" diameter, straight thinnings ideal for a processor. Location is Monmouth, NP25 5NJ. I can help arrange haulage if necessary. Looking for around £60/ton roadside but negotiable. Ring me on 07963 617 144 to discuss or come and have a look. Many thanks, Aaron
  5. I have lots and lots of ash wood that is going for free. I am in Doncaster.message me if you want it and you can have it for nothing
  6. I have a fairly large Holme oak I am removing next week in Huntington, Cambridgeshire. Is the wood any good? Anyone interested in it? I'll put a pic of the tree...if anyone interested pm me and I'll send some pics of the wood once it's down...
  7. Good morning guys, I've finally plucked up the courage to ask a question after many years of viewing the forum from afar. My stocks of dry firewood are running low and I have noticed that people are starting to import firewood from the baltics and Eastern Europe. I'm pretty green about this subject so I'd like some friendly advice on importing and suppliers which are legitimate. I looked on the Internet and it was pretty overwhelming the amount of suppliers looking for business. Many thanks in advance for your help Cheers 🥂
  8. Hi all, Does anybody know of someone that removes timber from site.I have a job coming up in Maidstone Kent and will have a large amount of timber that I would like removed, it would require a grabber and will be road access once I have moved it. 3 beech trees, roughly 50-60ft high, stems ranging from about 20-30 inches wide..... Cheers Jake
  9. I've been cutting and splitting my own logs. I've been stacking them in my garage as I dont really have anywhere outdoors to keep them without them getting pinched. I've noticed that some are starting to get surface mold on them, what should I do? They're currently stacked 5 layers deep at the back of the garage
  10. Does anyone know how dead wood compares to seasoned wood for energy output. We had some trees felled in May 2018 and most was logged and stacked under cover. I'm now clearing up the perimeters of the same field to re-instate the fence and want to know if I'm wasting my time in logging the timber that became hidden in undergrowth etc. Obviously now well seasoned but its lightness suggests it may have lost something through decay? Would I be better of moving it out of the way and letting nature have it back?
  11. I have some cedar, cut into 30cms thick rounds directly after dropping the tree last August. I've split the rounds, stored some under cover but the main bulk is stacked outside. My question is, is it correct that after 9 months I believe that you can burn as firewood? The moisture meter is reading between 5% and 7%. This is from the outdoor pile. My colleague gave me the wood alongside a quantity of pine, which I have no intentions of using for at least three years. I've just thrown one piece onto a really hot fire of chestnut in my boiler, it seems to go ok. I'm running out of wood now, I've bough €2600 since January last year, hence the question of the cedar. Thanks chaps.
  12. 1. If you had the exact same size log and species e.g a beech log 10 inches by 4 inches but one kiln dried and one naturally air dried both at 20% moisture which would last longer? 2, if you had all hardwoods and Are dried to 20% which would last the longest?
  13. We have been advised by our tree guy that our 200 year old Oak tree base is rotting and we need to bring it down as it's a hazard to the surrounding area. It is protected and he will apply for permission to the council. I have had a quote for removal and the costs are not affordable plus removing it will just go into a chipper. We dont want that to happen and would rather it go to good use and made into something. We will give to someone for free to cut down and mill. If you know of someone please let us know. We live near Rugby Warwickshire. I dont know how big it is, hopefully you can tell by pics. There is easy access to the tree for cutting down. Thank you carrie
  14. Ash firewood nets 50cm x 50cm for sale. 2380 available; 68 per pallet. Please call 07740865147 for further information
  15. We know posting on Arbtalk might mean we are pelted with the odd tomato, but the reason for the new thread is we were looking for feedback from an engaged knowledgeable audience regrading a recent firewood comparison video created. The video shows the burn duration & burn intensity / characteristic to provide consumer insight into what firewood is for them. Hopefully, we have achieved that. Good, bad or indifferent let us know what you think? Firewood Comparison
  16. Firewood, good processor size and pretty straight, mostly oak and hornbeam. Near Ashford, Kent. £45 plus vat per tonne plus haulage. Artic loads only, I can organise haulage if required.
  17. ROYBENNETT

    Eaglescreek

    Market Garden using wood chippings for mulch/compost and cordwood for recycling etc.
  18. Mr. Logs

    Mr. Logs

    Open gate access during daylight hours, chip site is straight in front of you as you turn in. Logs are next to it. Easy to get to, just off the m1. Quick in and out process. If you're visiting for the first time, if you give me a quick call and we'll give you a brief run through of opening hours and gate access. Brash, clippings etc can be accepted but at an additional cost. ring ahead for more info.
  19. FOR SALE We are going to be selling approx 150-200 tons of pure ash cordwood at roadside. Decent straight lengths for a processor. We will also be selling approx 500 tons of mostly oak cordwood, again good for a processor. There will be some ash and oak sawlogs 30-45cm mid point dia. which can be cut to the desired length. These can also be milled to order. PM for more details. South Wales area. Thanks, Aaron
  20. FOR SALE We are going to be selling approx 150-200 tons of pure ash cordwood at roadside. Decent straight lengths for a processor. We will also be selling approx 500 tons of mostly oak cordwood, again good for a processor. There will be some ash and oak sawlogs 30-45cm mid point dia. which can be cut to the desired length. These can also be milled to order. PM for more details. South Wales area. Thanks, Aaron
  21. We have a large stock of quality kiln dried hardwood packed into 45x55cm net bags (Photos Attached). Logs are less than 20% in moisture and cut to approx 25cm in length. Nationwide delivery can be arranged. Please get in touch for more details. sales@glossopfirewoodandfuelsuppliers.com
  22. This is my home address, where logs and wood can be dropped off, but we also have a yard where cords/wood can be tipped. We have a tractor loader on site too. Please contact me to arrange. Tons of logs are required each year. Cheers
  23. Hi. Looking for a regular supply of seasoned logs. We are at Teviothead, south of Hawick in the Scottish Borders. Any pointers would be greatly appreciated. Cheers, Alex
  24. Anyone got a load of length timber they can deliver to Helensburgh area? Even the prospect of a pile and, I can organise the transport. I won’t turn my nose up at size or shape, promise! (Lorry driver might though)
  25. New to ArbTalk so be gentle..... and apologies, this topic has probably come up before. Does anyone top up there supplies with imported kiln dried from outside the UK but from within the EU? If so, whats your experience? I'd be keen to know the pro's and con's.... Thanks

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