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Cut-To-Length Logging

  Holli a Logging Leader in Upper Michigan - Holli Forest Products Leans Heavily on John Deere for Cut-to-Length Machines  (9/1/2007)

  Hilberg Logging Focus on Cut-to-Length - Company Reaps Benefits from Cleaning Radiators with Cleanfix® Reversible Fans  (9/1/2007)

  Michigan Logger Weathers the Challenges - Belmas Logging Likes Combination of TimberPro 630 with Risley Equipment Rolly II  (9/1/2007)

  Wisconsin Logger Has Eye on Efficiency - New TimberPro 820 TF cut-to-length Machine is a harvester and forwarder in one  (9/1/2003)

  Trees Ltd. Serves Private Landowners In Maine - Valmet machines enable cut-to-length loggers to work year-round on soft ground, sloping terrain.  (5/1/2003)

  North East Loggers Use Fellers, Hand Sawing - Rottne cut-to-length machines are a good match for 3 contractors; Blondin credited with strong support.  (5/1/2003)

  Minn. Logger Has Eye On Adding Value - Pohl Creek Logging runs two crews with Ponssee cut-to-length machines to supply wood product mills.  (5/1/2003)

  NY C-T-L Logger Focues on Softwood Niche - Phillips Logging relies on Rottne cut-to-length machines for operating in western New York forests.  (9/10/2002)

  C-T--L Equipment Helps Contractor to Adapt - Valmet equipment put R.J. Cobb Land Clearing on new path to recove more value from wood.  (5/2/2002)

  Northwest Loggers Move to Cut-to-Length; - Vaughn Bay Lumber Relies on Valmet Processing Head and Forwarder to Thin Forest for Simpson Timber  (9/4/2001)

  New Brunswick C-T-L Logger Takes on Hardwood - Canadian C-T-L Logger Takes on Hardwood with Votec Hornet  (5/1/2001)

  Michigan Cut-to-Length Logger Still Evolving - Gudwer Forest Products   (5/1/2001)

  Vermont C-T-L Logger Prefers Hand Felling - Eagle Forest Improvement - Vermont C-T-L Logger Combines Hand Felling, Rottne Forwarder  (5/1/2001)

  Oregon Logger Stakes Success on Thinning - Rottne Cut-to-Length Machines Allow Ziglinski Cutting to Work on Fewer Trails, Conserving Residual Trees  (2/1/2001)

  Canadian Switches to Mechanized, Cut-to-Length - T.H. Wood Logging - Canadian Switches to Mechanized C-T-L, Pairs LogMax and Tigercat  (5/1/2000)

  Rieger an Early Pioneer of C-T-L in Minnesota - Rieger Logging - C-T-L Pioneer in Minnesota Uses Ponsse Machines for Higher Value Stands, Thinning Plantations  (5/1/2000)

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