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Date Posted: 10/29/14 10:44:26
Author: Bryan
Subject: Lumber Milling Questions-


I'm real new to this, but I have a couple basic lumber milling questions that I hope someone can shed some light on.

I've got a buddy with a farm in Louisiana that has a BIG, native growth, pecan tree that came down, probably 3-4 months ago. It's solid all the way through. The only thing that's been done to the tree was cut into 3 sections about 20 ft long.

I know that it's "best" to have trees milled as soon as they're down, or do some prep work, but shouldn't I be able to get a good deal of useable lumber out of this tree?
Or has the whole thing been ruie

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