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Controlled burn cost #2663460
12/05/18 04:38 PM
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What is the going rate for getting someone to come out and perform a good burn?

Re: Controlled burn cost [Re: jdfarm23] #2663476
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Just to burn is around $20/acre as I recall. Dozer work is more.

Re: Controlled burn cost [Re: jdfarm23] #2663489
12/05/18 05:01 PM
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I usually tell people $15/acre but prefer to look at the job first, at least on an aerial photo to see what's adjacent to the burn area. We burn some larger acreage tracts for less than $15 per acre for landowners who are on a burn rotation and burn hundreds of acres each year.
The forestry commission charges $20 for understory and $25 for site prep burning (you can find their rates on the AFC website.) This does not include the cost to install firebreaks. I would figure an additional $20-$25 for new fire breaks if you want them nice enough to maintain with a tractor in the future.

Re: Controlled burn cost [Re: jdfarm23] #2663492
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Bw is right. You might find some lower but rarely. Most are between $15-$20 plus firelane work.


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Re: Controlled burn cost [Re: jdfarm23] #2663587
12/05/18 06:43 PM
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Those are good prices. Be about $5/ac more in No AL

Re: Controlled burn cost [Re: jdfarm23] #2663618
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Call your county extension office. They may be able to set something up.


Re: Controlled burn cost [Re: jdfarm23] #2663661
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Might be able to get cost/share to help out, check with the local NRCS office.

Re: Controlled burn cost [Re: cartervj] #2663755
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Originally Posted by cartervj
Might be able to get cost/share to help out, check with the local NRCS office.


We are enrolled in a CSP program through NRCS, so they cut us a check every year to do stuff like this. Definitely helps lighten the financial load, but I still want to make sure I am getting a good deal.

Re: Controlled burn cost [Re: jdfarm23] #2663765
12/05/18 08:33 PM
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$17-$23 per acre

Re: Controlled burn cost [Re: jdfarm23] #2664679
12/06/18 04:23 PM
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My last contract was $6/ac. Lines included.

Re: Controlled burn cost [Re: jdfarm23] #2664705
12/06/18 04:58 PM
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I’m guessing somebody lost their tail on that deal


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Re: Controlled burn cost [Re: Rebelman] #2664780
12/06/18 06:39 PM
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Originally Posted by Rebelman
My last contract was $6/ac. Lines included.

The only time I've ever heard of per acre cost that low is on large quail plantations where you can burn several hundred acres a day. With fire lanes included I don't see how anyone could make anything especially if it wasn't a really large tract. Even $16/acre would be cheap if it included fire lanes.

Re: Controlled burn cost [Re: jdfarm23] #2664782
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It was 750 acres and it is contracted to burn again at the same rate in 2019 so I don't guess they came out too bad.

Re: Controlled burn cost [Re: jdfarm23] #2664870
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What area was that? Depending on the tract that could still be good or bad


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Re: Controlled burn cost [Re: jdfarm23] #2664887
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Re: Controlled burn cost [Re: Rebelman] #2667498
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Originally Posted by Rebelman
It was 750 acres and it is contracted to burn again at the same rate in 2019 so I don't guess they came out too bad.


I would suspect some program burn? If so the rest of us paid for the residual $10/ac the burner got paid.


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Re: Controlled burn cost [Re: jdfarm23] #2669007
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No program. Simply open market bidding.

Re: Controlled burn cost [Re: Rebelman] #2669210
12/11/18 08:08 AM
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Originally Posted by Rebelman
No program. Simply open market bidding.



Sound awful cheap for someone that has a dozer, lo boy, insurance, burning equipment and the knowledge to do the burn correctly. They could raise their price $10/ac with lanes included and still probably win the bid. Whoever your client is getting that price is a lucky guy.

Re: Controlled burn cost [Re: jdfarm23] #2669280
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Having my own equipment and crew it cost me several times that to burn my own property. There’s gotta be more to the story than just $6/ac or the guy just loves paying you to burn your property. I don’t see how you could get close to breakeven at $6. My actual out of pocket expense is closer to $15/ac not including fire lanes. Our fire lanes cost several thousand dollars per mile to install, and that’s me operating my own dozer.

Re: Controlled burn cost [Re: Mully] #2669873
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Originally Posted by Mully
Originally Posted by Rebelman
No program. Simply open market bidding.



Sound awful cheap for someone that has a dozer, lo boy, insurance, burning equipment and the knowledge to do the burn correctly. They could raise their price $10/ac with lanes included and still probably win the bid. Whoever your client is getting that price is a lucky guy.


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