Spring Sale: Cherry, Hickory, Black Walnut

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Current Offerings of Already Cut Inventory on Sale:
Cherry – $3.75 b/f
Hickory – $2.00 b/f
Black Walnut – $5.00 – 7.00 b/f
Wide widths available as well as mantels and live edge stock.

We do have other logs but all are currently promised out. Check back later in the summer for more options.

We have no regular store hours, so please contact us to set up an appointment.
Give Mike a call at 716.604.8761 or email him at fmp1816@yahoo.com for more details. Continue reading

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Campwood Scabs @ $20 a pickup truck load

We like to make sure everything we cut gets put to good use. We have a few loads of campwood scabs at $20 per truck load. These work great for campfires, smoking, and kindling. We also have cut bundles available. Give Mike a call to arrange a time for pickup: 716.604.8761.

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Campwood Scabs available for $20 per truck load.

New Offering: Hemlock @ $0.85 per board foot

Can be used for structural building, siding, beams, floor joices, landscaping, and more. Have some large logs that we can cut up to 12″ board and batten siding. For more information, give Mike a call at 716.604.8761.

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A closer look at our fresh hemlock logs available for $0.85 per board foot.

Solar Kiln Photos

We’ve been busy cutting this summer and have a good supply of wood already cut and ready for sale, including kiln dried lumber available for purchase.

Give Mike a call at 716.604.8761 or email him at fmp1816@yahoo.com if you’re interested.

Profile: Our Milling Operation

Our milling operation has come a long way in the past year. If you haven’t been around for a visit in a while, here are some photos of our TimberKing mill and weather shelter that we constructed to help us work during challenging weather conditions. We have not been cutting recently due to the temperature drops but we get back at it whenever it warms up enough. In the meantime, we’re doing a ton of work around the shop to get ready for the next cutting season.