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U.S. sawmills in July produced 3.105 billion board ft. (bbf) of softwood lumber, up 2.1% from the 3.042 bbf produced in July 2021, but down 11.1% compared with June 2022’s 3.495 bbf. Western U.S. sawmills in July contributed 1.101 bbf … Continue reading

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