I am currently selling seasoned firewood I sell the wood out of chemical crates, which measures equivalent to 12 cord per crate, crates not for sale. Usually have various amounts of wood such as hedge, locust, hackberry, maple, etc. Contact Kyle at seven eight five - six three two- one three five three for pricing Thank you
6-Sep-2018Manhattan, KS+10 milesFree Stuff
Have approx. 15 treelimb down and ready to cut up. Not many branches to mess with and perfect diameter for woodburner or cfire. Serious inquiries only. Located on westside in Manhattan. Call for details and address-FCFS
24-Aug-2018Manhattan, KS+10 milesFree Stuff
Super hard wood, cured all summer as logs. Cut to length a couple days ago. Also some bark. Get it before the rain does.
11-Aug-2018Junction City, KS+10 milesFree Stuff
Free firewood. It is cut and cured. My wife has developed an allergy to the smoke so I thought someone might get some use out of them.
Pre cut fire wood and kindling $5.00 for a bundle (15 pieces). Other amounts are available also.
Hedge Fire Wood For Sale For sale is firewood by the pickup load or split firewood. Hedge is a a hardwood that burns very hot, and works great to put in your wood stove. For a standard pickup load it is $100. Our pickup loads are full of good firewood with different assortment of sizes. We have a bunch of firewood available. We cut our firewood about 18 inches in long. Let us what you need and ...
We have Hedge fire wood for sale. Each crate of wood is $75. It is split hedge wood that is about 18 inches long, and stacked in each crate. Each crate is filled with a lot of wood. We have a lot of firewood available, and ready to go. Give me a call at . Thanks
8-Aug-2018Manhattan, KS+10 milesFree Stuff
Due to the recent storm, a large branch has fallen from the sky and displacing a lovely squirrel family. Once something of beauty, now an eye sore, this 60 behemoth is looking for a good home.Ive already stripped it of all the smaller branches, just needs to be cut and hauled away. I believe its a type of maple, but Im not a botanist, so your guess is probably better than mine. At the thickest,...
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