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The marketing of red alder pulpwood and saw logs

James G. Yoho

The marketing of red alder pulpwood and saw logs

by James G. Yoho

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Published by Pacific Northwest Forest and Range Experiment Station, U.S.D.A. Forest Service in [Portland, Or.] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Red alder -- Marketing.,
  • Red alder products -- Marketing.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby James G. Yoho, Daniel E. Chappelle, Dennis L. Schweitzer.
    SeriesResearch note -- PNW-96., USDA Forest Service research note PNW -- 96.
    ContributionsChappelle, Daniel E., Schweitzer, Dennis L., Pacific Northwest Forest and Range Experiment Station (Portland, Or.)
    The Physical Object
    Pagination7 p. ;
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL18226261M

    Company Address County Phone Species of Interest ; American Western Exotic Hardwoods: HWY Bandon, OR T able 5—Scale and lumber recovery tally by grade for 8- and f oot Alaska red alder saw logs, accumulated by gross scale class of logs Scribner C USDA FS scale class cubic scale T ally.

    James G. Yoho has written: 'The marketing of red alder pulpwood and saw logs' -- subject(s): Marketing, Red alder, Red alder products. the mill. Log loaders can also bruise the logs. Consequently, alder sawmills work closely with log vendors to ensure alder saw logs escape damage from “rough handling.” Alder logs also degrade more quickly than other species. If not processed into lumber and dried within weeks after felling, alder logs will begin to deteriorate and stain.

    Enter the number of logs that are the size specified above. Do not enter decimals or fractions. Note: the assumed moisture content (MC) of the log(s) is 75%. For questions about calculating estimated log weight, we suggest that you post your question at our Sawing and Drying Forum. Click Here to Access the Estimated Log Weight Calculator. Tree growth exceeds log utilization, partly because logging costs for small logs are relatively high. Primary industries annually convert about million board feet of logs into lumber, veneer, pulp chips, fuel and bark products. Red alder is easily turned, planed, glued, and stained.


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The marketing of red alder pulpwood and saw logs by James G. Yoho Download PDF EPUB FB2

Click for specs and prices. SAW LOG PRICES. Prices updated August 4, Saw Log NOTES: ALL SAW LOGS REQUIRE 6″ TRIM. LENGTHS; RED OAK Prime, Select and #1 logs 8’6″, 9’6″, and 12’6″ LENGTHS preferred.

WHITE ASH 8′ 6″, 12’6″, 16’6″ LENGTHS preferred. OTHER Hardwood LENGTHS. Saw logs are usually greater than 10 inches on the small end. Some mills break their saw log requirements into large (greater than 9 inches) and small (4 to 9 inches).

Pulp logs can be purchased as barked or barky pulp logs, depending on their intended uses. Because saw logs, even small saw logs, are more valuable per unit of volume than pulp.

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An illustration of an open book. Books. An illustration of two cells of a film strip. Video An illustration of an audio speaker. The marketing of red alder pulpwood and saw logs. by Yoho, James G. texts. eye favorite 0 Red alder Northwest, Pacific, Forests and forestry Northwest.

Figure 2–Red alder: leaves and conelike strobiles. F taller than 30 feet at age 5, 50 feet at and 75 feet at age Red alder is a relatively short-lived species. It matures at about 60 to 70 years of age and maximum age is about years.

Maximum cubic volume of about 7, cubic feet per acre is at-tained at age 50 to titled “The Great Red Alder” in his book, For est Trees. titled Marketing of Red Alder Pulpwood and Saw Logs, it. was more than that.

In it, the authors pointed out that quoted. Choosing the logs. Cascade Hardwood receives logs from private ownership as well as from contracts with large timber owners and state ownership. If you have large or small quantities of Alder timber to sell, contact our Log Buying group for the latest market prices.

Contact Our Log Buyers. Milling the lumber. If a mill offers to pay you $ per thousand for red oak grade logs. Start with the $ and figure in the profit margin you need.

Now subtract your cost of harvesting at $ per thousand bf. The result will be what you would pay per thousand board feet for the standing red oak grade material. Just because these logs are called “PULP” does not mean that they are culls. These PULP logs just do not meet the companies minimum specifications.

A “CULL” log is a log that cannot produce a minimum of 1/3 of its gross volume in 8’ lengths of Standard or Better lumber. Rot Resistance: Red Alder is rated non-durable to perishable regarding decay resistance, and freshly cut logs should be quickly converted into lumber and dried to prevent staining or decay in the wood.

Workability: Red Alder is very easy to work with both hand and machine tools; it sands especially easy. The wood is rather soft, however, and.

that larger logs will contain more quality lumber and at the same time will be - less costly to handle and saw. Quality trees of 20 inches and more in diameter should be considered for veneer logs. Some red alder bolts of less than 10 inches are peeled for core stock. Landowners should be aware of trees that might produce figured grains--partic.

Alder mills typically buy logs in three sorts – pulp, “chip and saw,” and saw logs. NWH manufactures inch thick lumber in 6 to 10 foot lengths. Seventy percent of each log becomes grade lumber and 30 percent pallet stock, which is sold green.

Grade lumber is. red alder, Alaska birch (Betula papyrifera var. humilis (Reg.) Fern & Raup), and Alaska yellow-cedar (Chamaecyparis nootkatensis (D. Don)) will be the focus of this paper. For each species, we will describe the extent of the resource and current utilization.

We then summarize recent research and offer species-specific marketing recommen-dations. Lower grade alder logs have value as a desirable pulpwood species. Because of the expectation of a continuing strong hardwood industry in the Pacific Northwest, some landowners are investing in growing red alder saw-logs to provide future raw material for that industry.

This paper will focus on what we know about the requisites for successful. ALDER LOGS - TIMBER EXPORT: Description: The more than 30 different species of alder belong to the birch family (Betulaceae) and is native to many areas of the northern principle types are common in central Europe: the black alder (also called red alder), the white alder (also known as grey alder) and the green alder (also known as mountain alder).

Red Alder is on the rise in the Pacific Northwest, especially for the pallet industry. By Rick LeBlanc Date Posted: 3/17/ Red alder, the fast-growing hardwood species of the Pacific Northwest, has been a favored pallet material for 30 it has been enthusiastically used as a material of choice for pallet stock, furniture, cabinetry, specialized veneers, pulpwood and other.

I have land with a crazy amount of young red alder in combo with many old bigleaf maples (Acer macrophyllum). The alder must be radically thinned to about % of population. It has many uses: mushroom beds, mushroom logs, mulch, dye plant, sap/syrup, biochar.

There'll be no problem deploying it gainfully once the trees are down. James G. Yoho has written: 'The marketing of red alder pulpwood and saw logs' -- subject(s): Marketing, Red alder, Red alder products Asked in Authors, Poets, and.

Second, a timber stand's value is dependent on the species, sizes, and qualities of the trees growing in it. A large, top quality black cherry, for example, would command a significant price premium as a veneer log, while limby and crooked sweetgum might be priced as pulpwood.

Pulp & paper. Pulp products, molded. Railing/ spindles. Recreation enterprises. Resins. Seedlings. Marketing, logs. Marketing, non-timber products. Photography, aerial. Prescribed burning. We sell red alder saw logs. Are you with this company.

Request an account or permission to edit this listing. Company Information. PO Gig Harbor. Camerons Products Smoking Chips - (Alder) Kiln Dried, Percent Natural Extra Fine Wood Smoker Sawdust Shavings - 5 Quart Barbecue Chips out of 5 stars $ $ 80 $ $View previous historical versions of the Coast Log Market Reports: Permanent link to page.Red alder is the most common hardwood tree growing in the Pacific Northwest.

Through a proactive campaign of education, marketing, and creative use, alder is now a highly sought after hardwood throughout both the Pacific Northwest and around the world.