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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...
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...
Metcalf's Ponsse Scorpion King Harvester

Michigan Logger Relocates to Harvest Hurricane-Damaged Timber in Florida

NEWBERRY, Michigan – It’s not a short distance from the Upper Peninsula of Michigan to the Florida panhandle. In fact, it’s about 1,320 miles. So...

Montana Logger Stays with Harvester That Has Brought Company Success

EUREKA, Montana – Pat and Mike Stoken discovered a harvester attachment that worked well for their logging company nearly 20 years ago – Log...

Michigan Lumber Producer Adds Logging Operations in Order to Ensure Wood Supply

FAIRVIEW, Michigan — John Gusler has been in the lumber business for 20 years, operating a company that cuts grade lumber as well as...

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...
BUCKLEY, Michigan – Just how much more productive is cut-to-length logging compared to tree-length logging? Consider two people harvesting the same amount of timber in a day as four people once did with chain saws and skidders. Then, look ahead to exceeding that production. Skylar Olmstead does.

Michigan Logger Makes Quick Transition into Cut-to-Length

BUCKLEY, Michigan – Just how much more productive is cut-to-length logging compared to tree-length logging? Consider two people harvesting the same amount of timber...

Three Loggers in South Make Change Over to Cut-to-Length

Change can be difficult, and it can be especially tough to make a switch after a long time of working with the same machines...
Idaho Cut-to-Length Logger Specializes in Thins, Enjoys Creating the Next Forest

Idaho Cut-to-Length Logger Specializes in Thins, Enjoys Creating the Next Forest

PRIEST RIVER, Idaho — Lots of people wish they could stay in a place they love. Some of them make it happen. David Ehrmantrout co-owns...
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Lizotte Logging Makes Transition from One Generation to the Next

TUPPER LAKE, New York — Lizotte Logging has a new owner, but it’s a familiar face. Scott Lizotte recently acquired the business from his father,...
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