Saturday OCTOBER 29th from 10 till 4 Come and see sawmill demonstrations, bowl turning, chip carving, scroll sawing and MORE! At 4119 US Route 20, Nassau, NY 12123
We’ll be running special wood sales at our Show on Saturday, October 29th, 10 to 4! Select a unique bar top, counter or mantel piece custom cut to your specifications. Finishing available. Also project wood and tables for holiday entertaining.
We will be closed on Monday for the Fourth of July. Have a Fun and Safe Holiday!
It’s still a toss up if we’ll have an early spring this year. So don’t worry about it and just call us to take a look at any milling jobs or take downs you have. And don’t forget landscaping and spring clean-ups!
On October 17th at 4119 US Route 20 we will have Wood Turning, Scroll sawing, Chainsaw carving, Furniture building and Floral arranging. Music provided by singer, songwriter, Brian Daniels on guitar and banjo. Shop at the Gallery for pottery, jewelry, rustic furniture, mantels and bar tops, wooden puzzles and a vast array of unique gifts and custom creations by local artists.
Call us for a free estimate for your Spring clean up! It’s not too early to tidy up for SPRING! Remember how we seem to be skipping Spring lately and going directly to summer? So it makes sense to get a head start. Also we can clean up all the winter damage on your property and check for dangerous limbs and trunks that suffered as we did from this long cold winter.
To be held Saturday, October 18, from 10 a.m. till 4 p.m. Hold the date! More info to come.
Please note there are two trees that can be fatal to horses.
The two trees that can be fatal to Horses are Red Maple (Acer rebrum) and Wild Cherry (Nerium Oleander). The one plant is called Oleander (Nerium oleander).
Red Maple tree leaves can be fatal when ingested in a certain amount causes significant breakdown of red blood cells and is extremely difficult, expensive to treat and is usually unsuccessful. Horses find branches that are hanging over fences or that are blown into the pastures.
Wild Cherry trees leaves grown along a pasture fence line present a risk since even a few leaves blown in are hazardous. Cyanide is the toxic principle and if the toxin is ingested even in very small amounts can be fatal to Horse.
Share this with all our friends and neighbors that own horses. If you are not familiar with these trees we can help you identify them.