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i am cutting some logs and have been for the most part keeping
the three different woods seperate, i have ash, walnut, cherry.

i cut several different thickness and my ques is will i have to further seperate
the different thickness for the wood to get dried right at the kiln.

it was enough work trying to keep the woods seperate. it would suck if i have
to seperate the different thickness.

most of it is 4/4 5/4 and 8/4 so do i have to seperate it or will
the kiln take care of it.

its around 3500 bf 25-30% right now i will need the wood in about 2 months for floor and trim

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