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Post in 'The Wood Shed' started by thewoodlands, Nov 21, 2009.
I cut and split some last year and plan on doing this Sunday or Thanksgiving weekend.
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Don't know how old it is but the quality of hard maple will diminish to soft maple standards in a couple of years if left in log form and not cut and split and sheltered. That log may fair better because it is suspended above ground.
+1. I've had decidedly poor results scrounging trees that look like this one. Typically around me I'll get 40% usable rounds, 60% rotten junk filled with ants, mice, etc etc. I've all but given up on trees that are not still standing until I become more desperate for wood....
That big one may be soft maple!