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Holli a Logging Leader in Upper Michigan

Holli Forest Products Leans Heavily on John Deere for Cut-to-Length Machines ISHPEMING, Michigan — How does a young man who has a passion for music...

Michigan Company Plans Continued Growth Throughout the Great Lakes

MARQUETTE, Michigan – Multi-species forestry is an important part of the economic health of Michigan’s Upper Peninsula. More than 20 million acres of forest...
LoxMax 7000XT In Action

New Harvester Attachment Proves Itself to Logging Contractor in Southern Illinois

VIENNA, Illinois — When it came to replacing his cut-to-length harvester, Wayne Bozarth listened to the voice of experience: an employee who had solid...

The ‘Miller Timber Way’ Works with Ponsse ALL the Way

Miller Timber Services, Inc. exclusively uses Ponsse for all it''s cut-to-length operating equipment. Because of their combined partnership this provides them with a mutually...

Corullo Forest Products Extracts the Most from the Northern Hardwoods of Michigan and Wisconsin...

Cut-to-length logging, trucking and consolidation yard build a strong business. BESSEMER, Michigan — First encounters mean everything. Good ones can hook a person for life....

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...

Minnesota’s Goutermont Logging

SILVER BAY, Minnesota – Passion is a crucial component of any successful business. And Katelyn Goutermont and Casey Goutermont, the owners of Goutermont Logging, have...

Northwest Loggers Move to Cut-to-Length;

Vaughn Bay Lumber Relies on Valmet Processing Head and Forwarder to Thin Forest for Simpson Timber CENTRALIA, Wash. — East of Interstate 5, somewhere in...

Minnesota Logger Chooses New Harvester Over His Retirement

PARK RAPIDS, Minnesota – Sometimes a birthday prompts us to make a decision. And that is the short story of how Robin Walsh, president...
Tigercat 1185 Harvester

New York Company Seizes Opportunity To Expand by Adding Logging Operations

REMSEN, New York — Opportunity knocked, and Peter Stone and Matt Edwards stepped through the door, adding logging operations to their excavation contracting business...
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