15,000 cords dry Applewood

NWfuel Posted By NWfuel, May 6, 2008 at 10:54 PM

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  1. NWfuel

    NWfuel
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    I have two years to move this. Anyone interested, this is in the Pacific Northwest. Email me forstarts@aol.com
    Thomas
     
  2. BrotherBart

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    All or none? Scaled pricing? Near a railroad?

    Three packages of Super Cedars included? :cheese:
     
  3. NWfuel

    NWfuel
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    This is my problem, hands full with Super Cedar. I have 2 years to move it. I am hoping to move 100,000 bundles too an account or two. I just wanted to play a little. I guess this means what is it worth. Truck only, 100ct Super Cedar with every cord if price per cord is right.

    This is my last post on this subject! (smiley face)

    Take care
    Thomas
     
  4. Highbeam

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    I don't understand the job. I have a 10k rated trailer and a love of hauling.

    Oh, maybe by "move" you mean sell?
     
  5. Turner-n-Burner

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    wrong market. buy a chipper - a big one, then you have a couple million bags/buckets worth of "Apple smoker chips" to move. Easier to ship, much higher margins. ;) $3.99 per PINT!

    You can PM me for where to send my commision check(s). ;)

    -Dan

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  6. savageactor7

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    Holy cow that's a lot of wood. I'm sure you'll get rid of it the apple I've burned has always been prime wood.
     
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