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Its Tulip poplar the sapwood is punky. The green heartwood is normal. The slight discoloration in the heartwood is caused by damage when young or...
Thornless Honey Locust
Black Gum I sawed a tractor trailer load at the sawmill a while back.
Takes a while like oak. I have some I cut and split in April its still too wet.
Top left Cherry,right probably sugar maple. Bottom 2 apple
For the small stuff 6" or so I pinch it in the woodsplitter cross ways and saw it. Safer to the toes and the wood is off the ground.
Looks like silver or red maple. lets see some you split.
Time to dispute the measurement was when the logs were unloaded not a few months later. Next time get the log volume table and measure the timber...
Its hard to tell from pics. Sometimes you need to feel smell and touch. It could be a Hickory I was going off the cross section of the small limb...
Looks like poplar. The green color and that one small dia limb section in the pile gives it away.
Split one open and take a pic. I say chestnut oak. I just sawed some @ the mill today. The limbs are usually not as deeply furrowed as the trunk.
I dont think sourwood gets that big but there is always an exception to the rule. May be black gum it has a basic oval shaped leaf did you notice...
My money is on Gum probably sweet gum. What did the leaves look like?