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N.H. Father-and-Son Business Produces Logs, Biomass, Mulch

CONWAY, New Hampshire – When it came time for Fadden Chipping and Logging to replace a track feller buncher, it was almost a foregone...

Michigan Logger’s Eco Log Harvester Gets Plaudits from Landowners, Mills

HARRISON, Michigan – Josee Miller came up with some terminology to describe the kind of service he provides to landowners when he buys and...

New York Lumber Company Buoyed By Solid Market for Ash Export Logs

FISHS EDDY, New York – Russell Bass & Sons Lumber got along with a small logging crew for a long time, hiring other logging...

Michigan Logger and Crew Tackle Tough Hardwoods on Upper Peninsula

HANCOCK, Michigan – Rob Lamanen, the owner of DBM Forest Products, decided to switch to cut-to-length (CTL) logging operations seven years ago. Choosing the...

Kentucky Family Leaves Sawmill Behind To Focus Solely on Its Logging Business

SYMSONIA, Kentucky – Two options. Both good. That is the best kind of choice. The partners in Wyatt Brothers had a choice between two options...

Maine Owner-Operator Pulls Some Long Days on Forwarder

NEW CANADA, Maine – It’s a long day for Braydon Paradis on the logging job he is on right now. He wakes up at...

Minnesota Logger Follows Road to Improvement to Cut-to-Length

FINLAND, Minnesota – Greg Tibbetts is always looking for ways to make his logging and trucking business more productive, more efficient, more profitable. “I’m always...

Wisconsin Logger Specializes in Harvests on Managed Forests for Private Landowners

BARABOO, Wisconsin – Mike Wilm has been logging all his life – more than 40 years. For decades he was felling timber by hand...

Spouses of Ponsse Owners Build Community, Gather Annually

RHINELANDER, Wisconsin – Ponsse has its origins as a family-owned company that began in Finland in 1970. Fifty-two years on, the company remains in...

Louisiana Logger Continues Adapting, Adjusting to New Market Opportunities

CHATHAM, Louisiana – Pine and hardwood forests are plentiful in the gentle slopes of north-central Louisiana. So are the markets for wood, with mills...
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