Severance and property taxes

Robert Plamondon robert at plamondon.COM
Mon Jul 28 17:12:02 EST 1997


In article <5riheb$7ta$1 at fremont.ohsu.edu> eisenbej at ohsu.edu (Jay Eisenberg) writes:
>In article <EE16xL.I0x at plamondon.com>,
>Robert Plamondon <robert at plamondon.COM> wrote:
>>In article <5raiae$aks$1 at fremont.ohsu.edu> eisenbej at ohsu.edu (Jay Eisenberg) writes:
>>>I am hearing you say that your timber is like any other agricultural crop
>>>like my berries or corn or squash.  I agree that this is a complex issue
>>>and I am not well informed about the nuances -- I cannot see how your
>>>timber is in any way similar to other agricultural crops you refer to. 
>>
>>Prepare the land, plant, nurture, harvest, repeat.  The cycle is the
>>same, though it's longer for apples or lumber than it is for strawberries
>>and squash.
>>
>>	-- Robert
>
>You neither prepare the land, plant, nor nurture timber in any similar way
>to apples or squash.  You buy or inherit the land with the timber already
>present.  

Maybe you should call up the Forestry professors at OSU and break
this news to them yourself.

	-- Robert
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