My Father in law has 23 acres of woods and just started cleaning up all the down and dead trees in it yesterday. So far I have got 7 Hemlock logs that range in size of about 20 inchs in dia. to about 14 inchs. And the length of 12 feet to 6 feet. The reason I have a couple of shorter logs is the tree had a little crook in it, so have to cut the length there so I get the most lumber. Also cut a cherry tree but that is where things got a little interesting. As of this morning it it still hanging in a another tree it was leaning at about a 45 and the father in law told me he also wanted all the leaning trees cut down also. That is going to be todays project to get it down. Walking through the woods I estimate that in the end I will have at least 20 logs total. Will keep you posted as to what type of logs I get and the size.
-- alaskan79, Michigan