We have two GINORMOUS trees that would help provide income since I've lost my source of income back in November and haven't been able to find new sources yet (still trying tho'). One is a giant oak tree that would take at least 4 people to encircle the trunk and before yelling at me, it's humongous limbs are slowly crushing my small, old metal haybarn. I could try and take the limbs down but they are still too big for a non-professional to drop off the trunk of the tree. I would also like to use some of the wood for coops, small buildings etc as that would cut way down, on-going building expenses. But if I sold the wood instead, what would a pro logger charge (Oregon) to bring it down, and what could I expect for the over 8500 board-feet in the tree? Maybe even over 12,000 board feet counting the limbs which are fairly straight as well. The other tree is an ancient Lebanon cedar on the banks of the creek at back of property. I understand cedar is in high demand right now and it would be easier to fell because it has no structures in or around it. Any input on costs to fell, prices that may be gotten for super quality wood, thousands of board-feet worth? Thanks!