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Re: grows 292 bft,Ac
« Reply #40 on: February 13, 2002, 07:06:43 PM »
Rod, do you plan on doing any cutting on the property yourslelf ? Or would you have loggers come in to cut it ?  Those were some pretty pics you posted, pretty country up in that neck of the woods.


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Re: grows 292 bft,Ac
« Reply #41 on: February 14, 2002, 06:41:46 PM »
Beautiful woods Rod. As a non resident landowner you will need a good consulting forester to ride herd on any loggers you may need to employ. It sounds like there is a market for pulp in the area. That's great! If that woods was mine I would divide it into five or six cutting units and harvest one every two or three years. That would generate some cash. This land has had a history of high-grading. To bring it back into full production you need to low-grade it. Cut the junk. Release the few high value trees for maximun growth. At eight rings to the inch for oak 10 to 14 inch trees will be 18 to 22 inches in 32 years. Yellow poplar will get there in 16 years. Your forest is ready to explode in value if you have the patience to see it through. Keep the faith.  

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