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#1 posted 03-29-2011 05:53 PM

The Woodmizer folks were a great resource for me. I had some huge oaks taken down, and refused to turn them into firewood. Woodmizer referred me to several of their customers with portable mills in my area. Also found a local Timber King owner through some googling – his mill was larger, and he handled the biggest logs for me. You should paint the log ends as soon as you can, before you cut into boards – much less effort than doing it board by board.

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