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I am negotiating with a widow near where I live to buy all of her late husband’s mixed hardwood collection. It is about 2000 board feet of walnut, oak, maple, birch, alder, mesquite and elm. There is a bit of clear white pine and some juniper thrown in. As far as I know, most of it is not kiln dried, but is has been properly stacked and stored in a very dry climate for upwards of 20 years. Does anyone know what a fair price would be for the whole lot of wood? I don’t want to take advantage, but I don’t want to make a mistake. We live in southern New Mexico, where hardwoods come at a dear price.