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Posted on Milling lumber near Fort Knox Kentucky - need market

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#1 posted 11-01-2007 07:34 PM

The mill is portable. We’re setting up on a farm where we’re cutting logs. We may do this in phases and move the mill to other projects inbetween. We have a few logs that a tree service has dropped off at my brother’s place. There will undoubtably be more soon. We also have several logs from a large white oak on a nearby farm. Then there’s several hunderd logs setting (decaying) on another nearby farm. We are also associated with a firewood lot and cut logs there from time to time. On top of all that we pick up some odd jobs here and there. So “our operation” is where the mill happens to be at any given time.

As soon as the mill is moved I’ll give a heads up and maybe we can get togather before the weather gets too bad. And just so I’ll know how to position the logs, what species and sizes are you interested in?

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