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How To Find A Timber Buyer

 
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Hello,

I have something like 30 Black Walnut trees on my property and at least a few of them have to go for construction projects and others might be too close together for best growth. Anyone know how to go about finding someone that is willing to buy a few (hopefully) high value trees?

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I think the USDA and Grit have a nice guide explaining how to go about selling trees on one's land, and here is a link to the Michigan Department of Forestry.
 
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