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Family is Everything for Schloer Logging: New Ponsse Equipment Supports Cut-to-Length Logging

Chris Schloer of Schloer Logging LLC is in equal partnership among his two brothers and father. Schloer is a cut-to-length pulpwood logger in Wisconsin...

Todd Mihalko Logging Works Its TimberPro® TB 830 Harvester and Forwarder Hard at Home...

Versatile TimberPro TB 830 combination harvester and forwarder allows logger to navigate ups and downs of timber market. CRANDON, Wisconsin — Conjure up your favorite...

LogMax Improves McCumber Forest Products’ Efficiency

When economics forced McCumber Forest Products to change from primarily a trucking company to a cut to length operation, the changeover could have been...

Smola Brothers, Inc. Transitions to Log Max Heads and Reduces Downtime

ATHENS, Wisconsin — Downtime is a perfectly acceptable word. In some settings, though, the word can be provocative, as when downtime becomes a serious...

Chad Tollefson Logging Combines High Production With Commitment to Sustainability

A Michigan logger with a sharp focus on production relies on Woodland Equipment, Inc. for equipment that meets his exacting needs. L’ANSE, Michigan — Chad...

Tigercat Introduces New Wheel Harvester Model

Tigercat is bringing to market a new wheel harvester model, the 1165. The Tigercat 1165, an eight-wheel harvester, is designed and built for tough...

TimberPro 725 with Rolly Head Saves on Fuel, Is Nimble Machine for WJZ &...

WJZ & Sons adds TimberPro 725 with Rolly Head to its logging operation, saves on fuel, makes more nimble and efficient. Family is key in...

All About Adapting: Family-run logging company shifts its approach to help deal with the...

The volatility in the diesel fuel market—ranging from a low of $2.05 a gallon in 2009 to its current price of $4.14 and everywhere...

Montana Loggers Know Need For Speed: ‘Amazing’ Log Max Harvesters Used for Processing at...

TBC Timber Inc. relies on its new Log Max 7000XT to process tough limbs. LIBBY, Montana — Speed and power are important to Paul Tisher...

Paying Dues: Kachur Tree Service Replaces Older, Less Capable Machines with Bandit Beast Recycler

Mike Kachur of Kachur Tree Service always wanted a Beast Recycler. After working through the ranks with older and less capable machines, he’s now...
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