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A method for estimating the multi-product value of hardwood timber stands

A method for estimating the multi-product value of hardwood timber stands

Forest Products Journal 33(3): 49-54

A method of appraisal of standing timber is described that can be used to select the optimum mix of products from that stand. In field trials, using this method in 6 stands in the Lake States, estimated delivered product value in each stand increased as the amount of product sorting increased. Estimated delivered product value per acre for a fully sorted roundwood harvest was 25% greater than for a pulpwood only harvest.

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