Our Story

If you are a custom woodworker or furniture maker, you have come to the right place! Welcome to Ozarks Fine Lumber, home of the best giant wood slabs! We specialize in finding wide, domestic wood of many varieties and sawing beautiful live edge slabs from the logs. We are a family owned and operated small business in Southern Missouri. We do everything from sustainably sourcing the large logs, sawing the extra wide slabs on our mill, and drying them in our own dry kiln. Some of the lumber even comes from our family farm! 

In addition to sawing some of the most beautiful live edge slabs, we also fill custom orders for timber framing materials. We are partnering with a local sawmill to get this amazing product to you. You won't be disappointed!

Some of the species we carry are Black Walnut, Red Oak, White Oak, Sycamore, Cherry, Red Eastern Cedar, Ash, and Pine. If you are on the hunt for something special and you don't see it on our site, don't hesitate to give us a call. We would love to hear about your woodworking project and see if we can help you find the perfect piece. Talking to our customers about what they are working on and seeing their dream come alive is one of our favorite things about the business we are in!

large sycamore logs

Here is a quick picture of a couple huge oak logs we slabbed (large child for reference ;) Some of the slabs were 4' at the widest!

  • Live Edge Slabs

    We specialize in Giant Wood Slabs, but we do always carry live edge slabs of varying widths. Most of our slabs are 8'6" long and 2" thick. We can fill custom orders too! This Oak slab pictured is 32" wide!

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  • Dimensional Lumber

    When we get a log that we don't want to slab, we saw it for dimensional lumber. We get as much out of the log as we can. We cut both 1" and 2" thick lumber. These are some 2" Oak stair treads we did for a customer.

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  • Timber Frame Materials

    We custom mill large timber frame material out of Pine or Oak. We will source the logs, mill to your specifications, dry, and plane the lumber for your project. This picture is of some 21' long Pine beams!

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