06-28-2011, 05:26 PM
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B&C 180 Class
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Join Date: Sep 2010
Location: North-Central Missouri
Originally Posted by turner
I'd sure give one or two sawmills a call. Hickory has become very popular for hardwood floors and the type you have would surely fit the bill for that it would seem. We put natural (no stain) hickory in most of our downstairs and in our upstairs as well. Great looking floors!
Yes, but he may have to haul it several miles to be able to get anything out of it. Trust me, those guys who do the logging business know what they're doing and many of them will cheat you out of what it's really worth. If you don't do your research before they come log on you, you're going to get taken advantage of. They give you a sad story about how times are tough and how the saw mills what wood that is in perfect shape and they end up giving you about 1/6 of what it's really worth. Not all loggers are like that, but many of them are b/c they can be, since not alot of people know about the price of logs.
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