Custom Milling Services

Turn your tree into a useable wood product!

Hazel Oak Farms has a Woodmizer bandsaw mill that can cut 36"+ wide, by 16' long. We offer custom milling services for $100 / hour. Price varies for kiln drying services.

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  1. Can Hazel Oak Farms pick up logs from my site?
    We encourage customers to consider delivering the logs directly to our shop to help save on cost. Depending on the size of the project, we are able to pick up logs for a customer wanting to complete a custom milling project. There is an additional fee for log transport, so please get in touch with us to discuss in more detail.
  2. What is the average cost for custom milling?
    Prices can vary greatly from project to project. The average log generally takes 2-3 hours to process and mill.
  3. Do I have to kiln dry the lumber?
    When lumber is considered "green" when it first comes off the mill. Due to the moisture content, green lumber will warp, curl and shrink.

    You can air dry green wood. However, this can take several months, and you may ultimately not achieve the desired moisture content.

    Ultimately, it comes down to what the lumber will used for. For furniture, we encourage individuals to have lumber kiln dried down to 6-8%. Lumber being used outdoor use (eg. house framing) should be dried to 17-19%.