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Old 01-12-2005, 12:19 PM
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sawmill lumber

Anyone know any good places to buy sawmill lumber? I am looking for dried birch, poplar or oak
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Old 01-12-2005, 05:26 PM
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Where are you located? Several saw mills out side of Clay, Clay County and one out side Point Pleasant near Mason, Mason Co. Another is at Cabin Creek and Winifrede in Kanawha Co.
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I am located in Red House, Across the river from Winfield in Putnam Co.
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My buddy has a sawmill an sells oak, popular maple,cherry and some walnut.Morgantown area..
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As far as dried, I don't know. The one around Mason may be the closest that I would know. Check with "c ball" and his firend. When I purchased my wood (white pine) I had to go to Marlington.
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The one down on 35 is Willamson Pallet. They do sell dired poplar and oak.. I did get a hold of them.
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