dstaples at livingston.net
Fri Jan 2 14:48:27 EST 1998
> Don said:
> >Susan, are you out there? Help these folks.
> Markets are good right now. How far SW of St. Louis? Way in the Ozarks or is
> it Riverborder timber? L*A*N: Tell me the county at least and I'll get you a
> phone number.
> Timothy said:
> >No rule-of-thumb to answer your question . Depends on too >many factors such
> as size, amount, grade, accessability, local >markets, on and on and on.
> >Seek the advice of a forester before selling any timber. I can't
> >emphasize this too much. State service foresters are free and do a >good job
> in this area. Should you have high quality timber, >consultant foresters can
> be employed at a price, but well worth it.
> >The real best price can only be determined thru competitive >bidding. This can
> be sometimes ten times the price the original >offerer offers.
Susan, I forgot to mention, if it is good enough, I'll come back home!
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