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Forestry Blog - Timber Markets Category

  • New Hampshire and Vermont Timber Prices - Winter 2018
    Here in New England this past winter came on strong. Since Christmas both states have had consecutive days where the nightly temperatures were in the teens to twenties blow zero. Daytime temperatures, during this time, have struggled to rise above zero. Needless to say, records have been broken.......

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  • NH & VT Timber Prices - Fall 2016
    With the fall season behind us now is a good time to do a quick reviews of how the timber markets have been. One word: challenging! Over the course of the summer we saw a further reduction in the markets for biomass chips and pulpwood. At the same time, production on the part of the Northeast logging community, thanks to historically dry conditions, allowed for exceptionally high production volumes of all grades of wood.....

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  • Market Roundup - Spring 2016
    With winter coming to a close now is a good time to do a quick roundup of how the timber markets performed. It certainly was a crazy winter ! A lack of snow cover combined with very few days/nights with below zero temperatures led to challenging conditions in the woods....

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  • Can We Manage Without Pulp Mills?
    The closing of Maine pulp and paper mills has been in the news recently. The last six months have seen two shut down permanently while a third had its production cut in half. The effect of such abrupt closures has been nothing short of dire for the timber industry here in New England....

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  • Not All Piles Of Wood Are The Same
    To the untrained eye piles of wood can seem indistinguishable from each other. However when it comes to the selling of wood different standards dictate a number of categories....

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