Our lumber is primarily a by-product of timber work on the farm. Leftover logs that don't make a load and storm damaged trees are usually sawn on-site for lumber. Softwood mostly goes to dimensional rough-sawn lumber, and hardwood to kiln or air-dried lumber. We also watch for highly-figured hardwoods pieces.
Air-dried softwood lumber is typically in stock, however we do not try to compete with big box stores on 2x4 prices. We will do custom sawing for beams or other special projects, either from our own timber or your logs.
Hardwood logs are end-coated as cut; some species are processed immediately to prevent damage, others can age a bit without damage. Most sawn hardwood goes to the kiln to be dried, then is stored in a heated environment to prevent re-wetting.
The species we normally saw and have in stock include: Doug Fir, Bigleaf Maple, Red Alder, and Oregon Ash. Other species available at times include: Grand Fir, Hemlock, White Oak, Port Orford Cedar, Bitter Cherry, and Pacific Dogwood.
Current hardwood lumber stock listing can be found here.