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Heading into fall, sawmill capacity contracted to a certain degree, sources reported. Lack of purchased timber, fewer logging contractors to process timber, and the need for qualified labor in most areas of the Hardwood sector were ongoing issues. Some noted that log decks had risen, while demand for Hardwood finished goods and grade lumber had […]

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by Miller Wood Trade Publications

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