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I have a HUGE Mesquite tree right by my house. And I think it may be dead, but Im bringing out an arborist this week. Mosts mesquites are scrawny little things, but this tree is at at least 3 foot at its base. And rises 50 feet.
Someone told me woodwookers love this type of wood. Can a tree like this be sold?
If you only have one tree it may be difficult to profit off its sale. Google "mesquite furniture" and you may be able to find someone in your area interested in the tree. The size of your tree might encourage a buyer. unfortunately Mesquite is extremely hard on woodworking tools and machinery, so a lot of shops are reluctant to use it.
I know this an old post. Do you still have the mesquite tree? If not do you know of other large ones. I have a 100cc chainsaw, so I can cut anything. I love mesquite for it's beauty & stability.Yes it is very hard on equipment due to the silica in it's molecules.I live in Beaumont,TX.
i have a few mesquite trees that would like to sale they are pretty big i also have an ebony tree.
thank you and have a nice day
where are you located? you can call me at 832-618-6736 . I live in BEAUMONT,SO GAS IS A FACTOR. I AM A WOODTURNER,HOBBYIST,NOT A BUSINESS.
I have 138 ac.of mesquite in north texas.I am looking for interested buyer.Several trees ,me and my wife cant reach around.
I also have a Mesquite I am looking to sell. The same size as the other person stated. I am located in San Antonio,TX. Contact me at my email. firstname.lastname@example.org Thanks
I am looking for large mesquite logs to mill, I live in Bastrop , TX. cell#512 718-8742