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QuoteJT this my help Volume Conversion FactorsArkansas Severance Tax Laws Use the Following Conversion FactorsSawlogs: Pine - 8 Tons = 1 Thousand Board Feet (MBF) Doyle Log Rule Hardwood - 8 Tons = 1 MBF Doyle Log Rule Pulpwood: Pine - 2.5 Tons = 1 Cord Hardwood - 3.0 Tons = 1 Cord These conversion factors are averages. For example, 1 MBF of large pine sawtimber can weigh 5.9 tons while 1 MBF of small pine sawtimber can weigh 9.8 tons. Hardwood log weights vary between different species. Other Conversion Factors UsedMBF- International-1/4 x 0.74 = MBF Doyle Log RuleMBF - Scribner Log Rule X 0.78 = MBF Doyle Log RuleMBF - USFS Scribner Log Rule X 0.814 = MBF Doyle Log Rule

JT this my help Volume Conversion FactorsArkansas Severance Tax Laws Use the Following Conversion FactorsSawlogs: Pine - 8 Tons = 1 Thousand Board Feet (MBF) Doyle Log Rule Hardwood - 8 Tons = 1 MBF Doyle Log Rule Pulpwood: Pine - 2.5 Tons = 1 Cord Hardwood - 3.0 Tons = 1 Cord These conversion factors are averages. For example, 1 MBF of large pine sawtimber can weigh 5.9 tons while 1 MBF of small pine sawtimber can weigh 9.8 tons. Hardwood log weights vary between different species. Other Conversion Factors UsedMBF- International-1/4 x 0.74 = MBF Doyle Log RuleMBF - Scribner Log Rule X 0.78 = MBF Doyle Log RuleMBF - USFS Scribner Log Rule X 0.814 = MBF Doyle Log Rule

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