Log load delivery

PapaDave Posted By PapaDave, May 28, 2009 at 7:10 PM

Thread Status:
Not open for further replies.
  1. Tony H

    Tony H
    New Member 2.
    NULL
    

    Oct 24, 2007
    1,156
    1
    Loc:
    N Illinois
    Here in the heavy logging area of Illinois ) we don't often see any logs loaded like that or any other way for that matter. Funny how some people would see that as an eyesore and we think it's beauty. Makes my little pile look like match sticks but it will have to do.
    Have fun cutting and if you get bored build a log cabin you can always burn it later !
     
  2. Northwind

    Northwind
    New Member 2.
    NULL
    

    Apr 26, 2009
    35
    0
    Loc:
    Upper, MI
    Nice looking load of logs and a good price too. Yep, there loaded like that up here too...
     
  3. Duetech

    Duetech
    Minister of Fire 2.
    NULL
    

    Sep 15, 2008
    1,436
    2
    Loc:
    S/W MI
    That's a real decent price. The last quote I got from a guy "up north" was 1300 for 10 cord. I thought that was too much for all the work I would have to put into it. I would go for 10 at the price you paid. Could you PM me with his contact info so I could talk to the guy?
     
  4. stee6043

    stee6043
    Minister of Fire 2.
    NULL
    

    Aug 22, 2008
    2,527
    236
    Loc:
    West Michigan
    I had the same thoughts as you, Cave. I've never seen prices as low as mentioned in this post. Down here in the "deep south" of Michigan it may not be worth driving the trucks this far for those kinds of dollars. Keep me in the loop on what you find if you don't mind....
     
  5. CTZR1

    CTZR1
    New Member 2.
    NULL
    

    Feb 20, 2009
    15
    0
    Loc:
    NE Wisconsin
    I helped a guy who got a load here in NorthEast Wisconsin Oak and Ash $90 a full cord, 12 cords, 8 foot logs. and we thought that was an excellent price, for January.
    Could you PM me with this dudes info. I would like to see what kinda price we could fenangle.
    So much of it has to do with the price of fuel for these guys and how for they have to go to deliver. Probably the same guy. (Franks?)
     
  6. ihookem

    ihookem
    Minister of Fire 2.
    NULL
    

    Jan 25, 2009
    664
    43
    Loc:
    Allenton, Wisconsin
    At that price I would buy it. 1500 dollars for 4 years of heat is a deal. In Wisconsin I see it both ways but pulp trucks going to the paper mills seem to load it that way. In the horse days they seemed to load it the long way.
     
Thread Status:
Not open for further replies.

Share This Page