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    Veteran Member nybirdman's Avatar
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    Default Re: What to do?

    Ash is great firewood,I am sure some-one would buy it.Put an ad on Craig's list or rural papers.

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    Super Star Member murphy1244's Avatar
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    Default Re: What to do?

    If you do sell it for firewood sell as is you will make more with handling it less.
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    Super Star Member murphy1244's Avatar
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    Default Re: What to do?

    Quote Originally Posted by BUBBLEHEAD1 View Post
    Sorry I thought you meant just stack it up and burn it, I have years of firewood, and this would be way too much for one person.
    I have done that too. Here we have the emerald ash borer that's been devastating this state. Won't find a ash tree here in ten years I think.
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    Default Re: What to do?

    Have it sawn into lumber. Prices for select ash range from $2.70 to nearly $4.00 a bd ft for select lumber dependent upon thickness. Even if you get less than select grade prices you will get more fom lumber than fom firewood. The downside is you will have more time in the lumber deal.

    Just a suggestion.
    Last edited by Ted Summey; 03-18-2013 at 05:11 PM. Reason: Typos corrected

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    Default Re: What to do?

    Quote Originally Posted by Ted Summey View Post
    Have it sawn into lumber. Prices for select ash range from $2.70 to nearly $4.00 a bd ft for select lumber dependent upon thickness. Even if you get less than select grade prices you will get more fom lumber than fom firewood. The downside is you will have more time in the lumber deal.

    Just a suggestion.
    I really appreciate all suggestions, that is why I started the thread, so thank you everyone.

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    Epic Contributor MossRoad's Avatar
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    Default Re: What to do?

    If its ash, you may not be able to transport it anywhere due to the emerald ash borer. Check you local and state laws regarding the transport of ash wood.
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