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  1. Sylvagen

    Sylvagen LTD

    Clean woodchip and Log rings/offucts or cord wood. All species accepted.
  2. Hi I am looking for up to 5 tonnes of cordwood for delivery in the Maidstone area. Only interested in Hardwood please.
  3. 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
  4. 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
  5. 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
  6. 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)
  7. WANTED FALLEN TREES.... of all sizes in the Cheshire area, we can mill on site up to 1.5 m diameter or in our own yard please contact me for more info cheshiremilling@gmail.com or 07455018862
  8. WANTED.....stems of all sizes in the Cheshire area, we can mill on site up to 1.5 m diameter or in our own yard please contact me for more info cheshiremilling@gmail.com or 07455018862
  9. Hi I'm looking for Hardwood for firewood, anything from 25 tonne up to 200 initially. Based in the North of Scotland (IV12) but happy to arrange our own haulage.
  10. Richard Climber

    Stert Quarry Farm

    Wood chips & hardwood accepted. Both need to be clean, no roots, no branches, no mud, no weeds, Please call ahead to book in delivery. Look for Sustainable Farms on the map, don't look at the red pointer for the postcode as its 500m south of our correct location.
  11. Hello all, I wanted to see if there was any interested parties out there who may want some Timber from a site we are likely to fell near Windsor Berkshire. The timber is a mixture of Oak, Holly, Yew, Sweet Chestnut, Lime and a small amount of softwood. Im either interested in hearing from people who want it and can pick it up in cord length from the site, ( No Cherry picking) It will be free. Another option is just to chip it all! Any one who has a large whole tree chipper and can get rid of the chip too, I appreciate this will not be a free service. The site is perfect for artics, and has some hard standing for processing and removal. I estimate there is approx 60 tone may be a bit more. Thanks, Alistair Magee. 07886028830, message me here on arbtalk.
  12. I am always on the lookout for hardwood in the Beds, Bucks, Herts area they want to get rid of..I am not in the industry just looking for stuff to season for my Rayburn to keep the bills down.Let me know if HP23 4QU close enough. Especially if you can just dump it on our drive.
  13. Hi I'm after buying 10-12 tons of hardwood to process for my firewood business. I'm based in the Swansea Valley, so ideally I'll be buying from within south Wales. Please pm me with details if you are able to help/supply me.
  14. Hi all, Anybody have any cordwood for sale in the Cumbria area ? I'm looking for small amounts (between 1 and 5 cube) for converting into firewood. Preferably Ash, Beech, Birch, Cedar, Maple, Plum, Oak, Yew or a mixture of the said types. I can collect in the Cumbria/Lake District area If so please message with type of wood, amount of wood, seasoned or green, where and price ? Or you can text me on 07387074238 Thanks Peter
  15. I'm looking for lorry loads of hardwood firewood, preferably ash, beach, sycamore & birch for my firewood business in Ireland. I have no market for softwood or for thinning's. Price must include delivery to my sawmill's in Co. Tipperary. Must be in lengths too, need timber asap. Gerry Ryan
  16. OK so not quite firewood but i thought this an appropriate place to post this...I am always looking for large hardwood logs to cut up into bowl blanks for wood turning in wrexham any advice or logs would be much appreciated as a side note any advice on receiving training as a tree surgeon/arb around wrexham would also be greatly apreciated:thumbup:
  17. Hi all, I'm looking for a large single slab, dried with dimensions 10ft x 3ft x 1.5in (is that even doable!?) for table. No live edge but straight cut. No cedar if poss. Any pics of what you have in stock or anything that might be suitable? (and an idea of cost too!) Sorry, I hope this is the right board for this question... Thx Chris
  18. Hi, I have a number (?) of tons of Hardwood - mostly Walnut, Maple, Ash and Cherry in various sizes - mostly 3-4' lengths and <30-40cm diameter, but also some larger rounds (which are shorter). Probably 40-50cu.m in all. At my yard in Rutland I will consider any sensible offer - please PM if interested
  19. Dry shipping container forwarding trailer and cordwood still available in my yard clearance Cannock Staffs 07861 699 739
  20. Hi all I am a hardwood firewood supplier looking for some lorry loads of hardwood , our processor takes up to 14" timber and am preferably looking for some birch, ash or sycamore I am in SN15 area of Wiltshire and looking for prices delivered if possible (less organising for me!) but can arrange collection if only roadside is available. Please message me with any details of price per ton / cord Hope to hear from you guys soon Dan
  21. Hi all I've been registered here for a short while, but use it mainly for reading We have a business in Southern Ireland selling seasoned firewood. All the wood is from our own forestry and it is 100% softwood. Over the last year or two we have had a good few customers asking about hardwood, so with the season approaching fast, we are looking for some prices etc from potential suppliers. If any of you can quote for a full container load of crates, please send me a PM with details. We have had the usual offers from Eastern Europe, but logic tells me that surely what I would have to pay for transport from there, will allow me pay a higher price closer to home?? Mike
  22. Hi, I'm looking to purchase hardwood cords, must be processor friendly. Please contact me at: jason@chesterfieldfirewood.co.uk
  23. Hi, We are based in South Shropshire and have a volume of cut and split hardwood logs ready at the road side for collection. very low £ per m3. Cord wood also available. Please contact for more details.
  24. Hi I am a newbie - long time reader, first time poster. I am trying to source hardwood rounds in the Glasgow area. I am happy to buy them and to pay a similar price as I would for an equivalent volumn of cut logs. Alternatively I would also be willing to exchange a day's labour for an agreed number of rounds. Unfortunately none of the firewood suppliers I have approached are willing to sell me rounds. They would just be for my personal use in a log burning stove. I grew up on a farm but now work as a solicitor in an office all day and miss working outside with an axe. Any help would be much appreciated.
  25. I'm new to this forum and growing trees in general and I could do with some advice. I have three fields and I want to become self sufficient for firewood for heating/hotwater/cooking in a woodburner w water jacket and rayburn. I have planted one of the fields with mixed willow and the other half in black locust which I grew from seed from ebay (no idea what variety). I have now become aware that the speed of growth depends on the variety and that there are some even faster growing hybrids out there. I would now like to plant another 2 acres of Black Locust but with e fast growing hybrid. I saw this page that refers to a study of different varieties/hybrids and I am now trying to find the "Tulln 81-62" variety that apparently can only be propagated from suckers. Here is the link to the research: Black locust | waldwissen.net Although thorns are a big issue with these trees, I can't find anything that matches the stats for these trees in terms of energy per square metre per year. Any idea how I might track this hybrid down? Is anybody growing this hybrid over here? Thanks everyone.


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