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  1. Hi everyone, we own 24 acres of pine forest which is in pretty poor health and needs to be felled soon. The plan is to fell up to 75% of it, some of it for logs, but the majority for kindling as this seems to be the best way for us to make some money from it. There's quite a lot of already seasoned wood there which we could get to work on as soon as we have all the equipment required. Already have access to a currently vacant and large sheep building which we can use to store the logs and kindling. We're new to all this though so any advice would be much appreciated. Here are some of the questions I'm currently trying to get clear on: 1. What's the best way of going about estimating how much we can expect to make out of it? I realise that this is going to be difficult to gauge reliably, but assuming there must be a way of getting a conservative estimate which we can work to while we're planning. Any useful contacts for this? Any sums I can apply to get this approximate figure? 2. When it comes to processing the wood, it seems that Kindlet and Posch are the brands to go for, which model would you recommend? How often do they tend to clog up and/or need parts replacing? Given that we have a set amount to get through, would you recommend leasing/renting the equipment or buying with the intent to resale? We have 1 heavy duty chainsaw and 1 person licensed to use it, we can transport the logs to the sheep building using either a pick-up truck or trailer, but what other machinery would we need to process this amount in a few months of hard work? How big a difference will kiln drying it make? is it worth investing in buying or renting a smallish one? And how many people do you think we would need to do this? At the moment, we have 3 of us, but others we could pay to help out provided there was enough profit in it. 3. When it comes to marketing and selling, should we be aiming at wholesalers for this quantity or going to local pubs, hotels, shops, etc and selling over a longer period of time? I'm guessing that the bigger players like national supermarket, petrol station and garden centre chains will have contracts with large scale suppliers so aren't interested in smaller/one-off suppliers, is this correct? If so, do you think covid may have created an opening with these buyers who may be looking to stockpile a product that won't go off? Finally, how much would you expect to sell the kindling bags for to wholesalers? And how much to smaller local buyers like hotels/pubs/shops? Apologies for the barrage of questions! Any help or advice on one, some or all will be very much appreciated! Thanks in advance to anyone who takes the time to help out
  2. 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.
  3. I have kiln dried softwood kindling available for wholesale. 50x40 Leno nets, neat stacked kiln dried softwood kindling, 60 on a pallet for £2+vat per net, 3 or more pallets at a time £1.90+vat. I sell these for £4 but some shops I supply charge £5. Prices are ex works, collection from Pontypool South Wales. Delivery available at cost. Cheers Ash 07772280850
  4. HIGH QUALITY KILN DRIED KINDLING! Our kindling is packed into clear plastic carry bags which weigh approximately 3kg. All our kindling is cut from softwood pine/spruce and kiln dried, resulting in a dry easy to light product. We can pack 260 bags on one pallet. Contact us for a price including delivery. sales@glossopfirewoodandfuelsuppliers.com
  5. Hi everyone, We have pallets of kiln dried, neatly stacked kindling available for wholesale. The nets are 38cm by 48cm which give a tighter fit to the kindling and a better overall appearance. We can send pallets anywhere in the UK or collection is available if preferred. It is stacked on pallets made up of 100 nets, but we can put more on if you want to save on haulage costs. Pallets are securely power wrapped with a dust cover so will always arrive in good condition. Available from Near Harlow, Essex. PM for further details.
  6. Dear All I am looking for a supplier of logs in the Suffolk IP14 area. I notice that many of you talk about ways to off load your wood I have the space to store and many people in need in my area. Therefore anyone wishing to sell at wholesale in my area please let me know. I can be contacted on 07738887293 - Dan

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