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North Carolina Logger Expanding Business He Acquired from Father

DUNN, North Carolina -- Sherrill Sewell has expanded the business and changed things up since he bought his father’s logging company, but one thing...

NY C-T-L Logger Focues on Softwood Niche

Phillips Logging relies on Rottne cut-to-length machines for operating in western New York forests. ELLICOTTVILLE, N.Y. — At any one time in the mid to...

Log Max Good Fit for Louisiana Logger: Cut-to-Length Harvester is Used at the Landing...

Haynesville, Louisiana — Gary Taylor realized the benefits of cut-to-length logging equipment a number of years ago. He used a cut-to-length harvester mounted on...

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...

Michigan Logger Weathers the Challenges

Belmas Logging Likes Combination of TimberPro 630 with Risley Equipment Rolly II RAMSAY, Michigan — Ever-higher fuel costs coupled with shrinking prices from mills would...

Winch-Assist System Makes Easy Work of Harvesting on Steep Terrain

KETTLE FALLS, Washington — Like other loggers, Josh Marshall has had to look for ways to improve efficiency — produce more wood or reduce operating...

Rieger an Early Pioneer of C-T-L in Minnesota

Rieger Logging - C-T-L Pioneer in Minnesota Uses Ponsse Machines for Higher Value Stands, Thinning Plantations Contractor Uses 7 Ponsse Machines for Working in Higher...

Michigan Brothers Glad for Change to C-T-L

Piwarski Brothers Rely on Two John Deere Harvesters and a John Deere Forwarder IRON RIVER, Michigan — Dairy cows and logging operations may not seem...

Colorado Company No Ordinary Logging Contracting Business

ALMA, Colorado – Frank Grzesk can thank the pine beetle for helping grow his company, P&A Forestry. He is no ordinary logging contractor. His...

Trees Ltd. Serves Private Landowners In Maine

Valmet machines enable cut-to-length loggers to work year-round on soft ground, sloping terrain. SIDNEY, Maine — It is no longer exactly the ‘forest primeval’ of...
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