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    is that the same as board feet

    we are selling cedar trees and a guy said he would give us so much $ per board foot.  so if one of our trees are 10 inches in diameter and 10 foot long how would I figure the amount?  Just by the length?

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    Colleen

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    Call him back and ask him to do the conversion for you. There is a mathematics formula for this but I do not remember what it is. I believe it would be length by diameter in which case you have to convert the diameter to feet. He should know how to do this.

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    it depends on how much he plans on paying per board foot



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