Going through this 20-question process will help you think about what you are doing and can save you much time and grief.
Every log buyer and sawmill have to consider the potential profit for a log before sawing if the mill wants to be profitable.
As we head into the busy summer season, we thought it would be helpful to remind you of some of the upcoming 2017 highlights.
In this installment, we get into specific objectives at the stand level and how to discern priorities.
One of the great features of band mills is the narrow kerf and fairly smooth surface- which means that to saw a 1-inch board, set the blade for 15/16 and (with 1/16-inch kerf) get a 7/8-inch board.