craig12861

Help with old barn wood.

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It's elm. The giveaway is how the ulmiform pore groups show up on flat cut surfaces.

Probably American elm (Ulmus americana) but could also be rock elm (Ulmus thomasii) which has a similar growth range but is is somewhat harder and heavier than American elm
           

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2 minutes ago, Tpt life said:

What is your question?

1 hour ago, craig12861 said:

Found this old wood in barn,any ideas?

Seems pretty clear what the question is

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