I've noticed quite a few buckeye trees on my property and they appear to grow at a much faster rate than most trees in my area making it easy for them to take over areas without being challenged. Based on my region of western NC and the height of my trees, I think they are yellow buckeye. Do they serve any purpose? From what I understand they don't make a good timber tree and they are poisonous to most wildlife. I don't mind having a few of them around but based on my observation so far I think I'll have to actively manage them to prevent them from taking over my property? Any thoughts or recommendations?