|I get contacted several times a month by people out of my area looking for sawmills. I am more than happy to help, maybe this page will make it easier for all of us.
This is a work in progress. If you have a sawmill and are not on any of these links, you should be. The links here are in no particular order. Feel free to contact me if you have something to add, I want to make this as complete as possible.
Here is a pretty big list. On the right hand side of the page the list is searchable, enter what service you need and your state.
Here is a list a fellow sawyer and good guy Ron Trout is compiling, it is a growing state by state list.
You can always check the yellow pages. Enter "sawmill" and your city, state. http://yellowpages.aol.com/
Another searchable listing for forestry and sawmill services.
In Illinois the Dept. of Natural Resources has a list of sawmills. I have seen most states do also. That is another place to check, contact your DNR and inquire about sawmills. Usually your local/regional forester can offer not only a list of sawmills but advice on the harvest of trees. http://dnr.state.il.us/conservation/forestry/
Also most state universities have forestry departments. Here is a good one in Illinois, lots of useful information. http://web.extension.uiuc.edu/forestry/home.html
Wood-Mizer is a portable sawmill manufacturer. I don't run a W-M, but understand they keep a list of their customers mills for hire. It is an 800 number, it won't cost anything to call and see if they have one in your area. The number is at the top of the page.