Black Walnut Prices Remain Strong

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The market for Black Walnut timber continues to impress, reaching highs in many markets.

At Timber Works, we specialize in Black Walnut and are known for paying some of the highest prices in the state and beyond for good stands of Walnut timber.

You can trust Timber Works to pay you the highest price around for your Black Walnut timber! We buy both Walnut saw logs and veneer trees and are able to beat out competitive bids due to our close relationship with Walnut end users. We have international markets for veneer logs and can pay landowners impressive prices for their Black Walnut veneer.

A Strong Black Walnut Market

Black Walnut looks great in both quarter sawn and plain sawn varieties, and has always been a popular export product to Europe and East Asia.
Black Walnut has long been one of the more market-fluctuation-resistant species of hardwood timber. It is prized for its rich, dark color and interesting grain patterns. For this reason, Black Walnut is sought after for use in fine furniture, flooring, cabinetry and other high design purposes.

Black Walnut looks great in both quarter sawn and plain sawn varieties, and has always been a popular export product to Europe and East Asia. While there are natural price fluctuations in the going rate of all species of North American Hardwood, Black Walnut has always been relatively immune to the most drastic of these fluctuations.

Good Prospects for Continued Growth

As popularity for this already sought-after hardwood continues to improve both domestically and internationally, Walnut prices have soared commanding their highest prices in years.

There is good reason to believe that the bull market in Walnut will continue, which is why it’s especially important to do your homework when selling valuable stands of Black Walnut trees. We’re known for paying some of the highest prices for standing Walnut timber in the state and beyond.

Give Timber Works a call today for a no obligation quote on your timber.

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  1. Peggy Russell

    I only have five or six very large walnut trees that I would like to sell. I know you usually want more trees, but that’s all I have. I live in the Akron area, and would like to know what I can do with these trees. It’s not that I’m wanting to get rid of the trees, it’s just that I need the money from them.

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