Hours by APPOINTMENT ONLY
Things To Know
Hours by appointment only.
Cash & Carry Only – No Delivery
Hours By Appointment Only
First come, first served only – No Orders
We are located in the Mid Hudson Valley in New York State in the southwest part of Columbia County. We are centrally located 50 miles south of Albany, 100 miles north of New York City, near Poughkeepsie, Kingston, Hudson, Rhinebeck and Red Hook.
222 Commons Rd Clermont, NY 12526
How to Purchase
Cash and Carry in Clermont (Columbia County, NY), first come, first served, BY APPOINTMENT ONLY on most weekdays, afternoons, evenings, & weekends. Please call or text first for directions and to make sure someone is there to help you: 845-706-1631 or email well in advance: email@example.com. All sales are final. Sorry we do not offer delivery. If you don’t have a way of getting them, most people rent a u-haul or a cargo van from enterprise.
Price List and How Piles are Arranged
- 2-4 inch diameter piles – $1.50 per foot
- $9 for 6 foot
- $12 for 8 foot
- $15 for 10 foot
- $18 for 12 foot
- 4-6 inch diameter piles – $2.00 per foot
- $12 for 6 foot
- $16 for 8 foot
- $20 for 10 foot
- $24 for 12 foot
- 5-8 inch diameter pile – $2.50 per foot
- $15 for 6 foot
- $20 for 8 foot
- $25 for 10 foot
- $30 f0r 12 foot
- Small Diameter (approx 1 inch) – stakes to make tomato cages, pieces to make gates, trellis cross pieces, etc
- 3 pieces for $12 in 6 ft lengths
- 3 pieces for $15 in 8 ft lengths
- Twists, Turns, Forks (forks are great for making easy-to-build plant climbing trellises by using two forks put in the ground with a rail across the top)
- $1.50 per foot 2-4 inch diameter, $2.00 a foot for 4-6 diameter
Contact us for more information: firstname.lastname@example.org
Call or text 845-706-1631
*On long lengths (especially 22/24ft long) expect wider bottoms and narrower tops – for instance on the average hops pole that is 22 ft long, diameter at the bottom is 10-11″ with a 5″ diameter top. Every tree is different but we search and locate the best consistency in diameter as possible.
What You Can Do With Cedar Posts
With natural eastern red cedar posts you can build Garden Fences, Large Animal Fences, Raised Flower Beds, Pole Buildings, Benches, Trellises, Gazebos, Wedding Chuppahs, Pergolas, Gates, Arbors, and Paths! Check out these images from Poet’s Walk to see what you can do: Building with Cedar. Check out how you can cut slices of a cedar post and use them as stepping stones: Cedar Slices Stepping Stones. Also there are builders that have taken building with cedar to an art form! Check out Romancing the Woods – a local high-end builder that uses all eastern red cedar. Also check out Nurture Nature Designs, for an affordable designer from Woodstock that works with you to create a beautiful structure out of cedar. You can also easily make useful garden structures such climbing trellises for vegetables and flowers just by putting two forks in the ground with a post across the top. Staking tomato plants instead of using cages is a good way to alleviate disease and increase production.
Why Use Natural Cedar Instead of Manufactured Products?
Pressure Treat posts has arsenic & copper, metal posts has paint — don’t put it in your soil, especially in your vegetable garden! Cedar lasts just as long and has been used by farmers for generations long before pressure treat was introduced! Cedar posts are all-natural rot and pest resistant without harmful chemicals.
- Does Pressure Treat Belong in the Garden?
- Pressure Treat in Raised Flower Beds – Is it safe?
- Can I Use Pressure Treated Wood In A Vegetable Garden? (Not for certified organic)
- Aromatic Eastern Red Cedar Fact Sheet
What We Have Available
Various diameters (from 1″ to 12″ diameter for milling) and lengths up to 24′ (6′, 8′, 10′, and 12′ lengths to select from) of Eastern Red Cedar (the kind that cedar chests are made from). We also cut long lengths at 22 and 24 foot for hops poles or building.
Who We Are
We are local 3rd and 4th generation farmers that grows grass-fed beef and hay. We are not a reseller of cedar – we cut trees on our property that need to be removed to make pasture for our cows. All branch nubs are removed. You will be picking up the posts at the cedar grove.
Things To KnowWhy Shouldn’t You Buy Elsewhere?
There are other sellers but the difference is that we have a large quantity that you can select from including small pieces to large lengths, twists, turns and forks. If we don’t have it already cut, we can cut down longer lengths, often while you wait. Our cedar is being used on high-end estates because of it’s ability to blend with nature instead of trying to overcome it. We have sold our cedar to contractors doing jobs for movie stars and personal residences of high-end real estate developers. These contractors and other contractors we sell to tell us that we have the best selection, service, and reasonable price they have experienced.
Can You Recommend an Affordable Builder to Build Cedar Structures?
For the Rhinebeck, Red Hook, Germantown, Hudson area in the Hudson Valley, I recommend Wallflower Organic Landscaping Design, Stone Masonry, and Arboiculture. Ronnie and Chad recently bought a landscaping business and go-getters plus they are a pleasure to work with. They don’t have a website but you can contact Ronnie Severino at 845.763.3303 or Chad Reyes at 518.821.8914. If you are in the Woodstock area, I recommend Nurture Nature Designs. Mila Funk builds high quality structures such as gates and garden entrances out of cedar that are affordable and his primary mission is to work with nature to provide beautiful and functional surroundings. Check his website for more information: Nurture Nature Designs. Tri-County Fence and Gates located in Kerhonkson is also a great option for prompt service for deer fencing and more. For red cedar furniture and decorative pieces be sure to check out Affordable Custom Adirondack Woodworking on Facebook. For the southern Hudson Valley area which includes Putnam, Dutchess, Ulster, and Westchester Counties, contact Ian Kingsley 845-392-7534 or email@example.com. He has created some beautiful structures including this project:
Why We Are Cutting This Beautiful Grove
This property is a former dairy farm that was abandoned. At one time, there was only a few fence line trees that provided the seeds to let these cedar trees grow. We intend to use the same pasture that was used before the 1950s for our beef cows. The one major difference is that we are selectively cutting areas to grow grass and we are leaving substantial areas of the cedar trees. We are doing this because just like deer, cows love to hang out in cedar trees to get out of the wind or enjoy the shade in the summer.
Warranty & Terms of Sale
IN NO EVENT UNLESS REQUIRED BY APPLICABLE LAW THE AUTHOR WILL BE LIABLE TO YOU FOR DAMAGES, INCLUDING ANY GENERAL, SPECIAL, INCIDENTAL OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES ARISING OUT OF THE USE OR INABILITY TO USE THE PRODUCT (INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO LOSS OF DATA OR DATA BEING RENDERED INACCURATE OR LOSSES SUSTAINED BY YOU OR THIRD PARTIES OR A FAILURE OF THE PROGRAM TO OPERATE WITH ANY OTHER PRODUCTS), EVEN IF THE AUTHOR HAS BEEN ADVISED OF THE POSSIBILITY OF SUCH DAMAGES.
All sales are final.