I have about a 2 or 3 acre stand of Ash trees, most are about 10-16" diameter, very straight and very tall. My county has not yet been affected by the Emerald Ash Borer, but surrounding counties are all infested. From what I've been reading it's just a matter of time, likely this year, and the trees will almost certainly be dead or dying within 5-6 years. Im considering calling a logger to come take out all the ash while they're still alive, and getting a head start on replanting. Will trees of this size generally have enough timber value to pay for the cost of removing them? Or should I wait it out and pray for a miracle?
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