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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.
3 million tons with approximately a 40% to 50% harvest mix component from sawlogs.
Likewise, Prestemon and Wear (1999) indicated that the PELS of sawlogs in the United States was 4.
These export log price fluctuations have strongly impacted the price trends for both sawlogs and pulplogs consumed by the domestic forest industry in New Zealand over the past ten years.
Due to higher values of output of sawlogs and pulpwood in Slovenia, the total value of output of the forestry industry reached 366 million EUR in 2012, ie.
The Ross-Simmons antitrust case arose at a point when Weyerhaeuser, having just acquired control over alder sawlogs in British Columbia, was forging ahead with plans to eliminate most of its remaining competition in Oregon and Washington and then to reduce raw material prices across the region.
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.
After decades of managing immense forest tracts to produce pulp and sawlogs for the mills they owned and operated, corporations like Crown Zellerbach and Diamond Occidental began divesting them at a pace that has accelerated to nothing short of dizzying.
But a shortage of the alder sawlogs that Wheeler converts into Fender guitar bodies, Purdy paintbrush blanks and parts for kitchen cabinets will keep employment at the three facilities hovering at 135 workers.
Woodbridge says the major challenge for Ontario's wood industry is not in the physical act of changing production from lumber and sawlogs to value-added products.
This is a vast contrast to the number of sawlogs being sourced from the same forests.