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Chuck
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I have a 40 inch diameter butt log from a red elm in my back yard. We tried our best to fell it on top of tree limb pieces to keep it off the ground. It succombed to Ditch elm disease and seems to be fairly dry compared to normal fresh felled logs.

I would like to price getting it cut in place or moved to a stationary mill and have it cut. Maybe kiln dried, too, to kill any bugs? Is there a rule of thumb for estimating the cost?

The log is maybe 12-14 foot length. I would guess the bottom section is very nice grain.

If it is not feasible then I will turn the log into firewood.


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