sawlog


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sawlog

(ˈsɔːˌlɒɡ)
n
(Forestry) a log large enough to be suitable for sawing or making into lumber
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I took after it; but when I got to it it warn't nothing but a couple of sawlogs made fast together.
Toppinen and Kuuluvainen (1997) conducted a similar study on sawlog and pulpwood markets in Finland.
1 million board feet of sawlog and utility timber available for harvest from about 1,252 acres of commercial forest land on Etolin Island approximately twenty-two miles south of Wrangell.
Lane County is the largest sawlog producing county in the largest sawlog producing state in the U.
The change in outlook reflects the persistent slump in sawlog prices, which the company attributes to fewer new housing starts.
This article also examines the state of the alder sawlog market since the now reversed $79 million judgment against Weyerhaeuser was entered in the spring of 2003.
The company said its Southern sawlog harvest is expected to increase modestly from the first quarter's level while the company plans to maintain the pace of its Southern pulpwood harvest to serve attractive markets.
This is due to the high costs of already purchased sawlogs, particularly relative to the weakening market in Europe as a consequence of excessive sawlog supplies due to recent storms in Central Europe, the company said.
In response to the technical report, Premier Bracks announced a decision to cut sawlog quotas by one third.
The site was an overmature large sawlog oak stand that was damaged by a late summer windstorm in 1999.