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#1 posted 10-23-2012 12:07 PM

I guess the debate continues. The case against Butternut is that it lacks an odor when it is cut and it has a significant red hue. However, it is very dry and odor may not be noticable. The wood was not used in barn construction. It is part of a wood collection my father had accumulated over many years. If it is Mahogany then it will be the only exotic wood my father had in the barn.

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