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Sawmill and Woodlot Magazine Issue April 2011

Sawmill Reviews

Lewis Winch
SAWMILL EQUIPMENT REVIEW

Other Editorials

Maintaining Moisture Content
PROFILE

Keeping your kiln-dried lumber dry is important, and how you keep it dry will depend on how long you expect to store it. Longer times require more costly methods.


HERBIE the Reincarnation of an American Elm Tree in Maine
FEATURED

As urban land expands in Maine and across the nation, the interest in utilization and marketing of urban timber has grown. This is one BIG example.


Advocacy or Apathy?
OPINION

If you use wood or your business depends on the use of wood, you should help the public better understand the need to access land for raw wood materials.


Estimating Tree Volumes
WOODLOT MANAGEMENT

Estimating Tree Volumes. Here's how to make a ballpark estimate on your own. However, today's timber values are too high to sell (or buy) on the basis of ballpark estimates alone - a forester is well worth the cost.


Using a Presale Business Strategy to Better Utilize the Capacity of Your Production Equipment
SAWMILL BUSINESS

A presale strategy requires discipline, as orders have to go out when planned, but it also boosts sales and profitability.


Keeping a Blade on the Straight and Narrow
SAWING & DRYING

We all want a good saw blade to run straight. But, in practice, there are several characteristics or events that cause the blade to move while sawing.


Mabel
WOODLOT DOGS

This woodlot dog hauls out scraps, sticks, and bark to gnaw while her owner tends the wood boiler.

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