larryc at teleport.com
Tue Nov 26 08:29:07 EST 1996
In article <578ghl$ktv at news.asu.edu>, wieringa at imap1.asu.edu wrote:
> On a national level, the corporate and private tree farms in the south
> have received huge windfall revenues in the last five years due, in large
> part, to harvest restrictions on public ownerships in the west.
This has been the case in the west too. Getting the price of saw logs
up has made management of small timber tracts a pretty profitable
passtime. Now if you southerners would just show some restraint with
pulp wood I could clean up a lot of acreage and pay for the operation
as I go.
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