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Massachusetts-Logger-November-2018

Massachusetts Logger Rides Out Roller Coaster Markets for Wood: Dylan Field Relies on Log...

NORTHFIELD, Massachusetts — Dylan Field took the unusual step of going into business for himself, going into the logging business, and going into cut-to-length...

Bay State Logger Stays Small, but Works Steady

WARREN, Massachusetts — You might not think of central Massachusetts as a hot spot for logging, but Justin McKinney has been able to earn...

Michigan Logger Prefers Supplier With Small Town, Hands on Style

L’ANSE, Michigan — Chuck Cavanaugh is from a small town, and he likes it that way. And as a logging contractor, he likes dealing...

Michigan Logger Knows Value Of Doing Quality Work: It Pays

FIFE LAKE, Michigan — Dennis Bridson knows the importance of doing quality work in the logging industry. And he knows that quality work pays...

Father-Son Loggers Debut Ponsse ActiveFrame Harvesters in Michigan

IRON RIVER, Michigan — One strong bond leads to another. And that’s a good thing for family, friend and business ties. Ted Benson, owner/operator...

New York’s Mountain View Logging

NORTHVILLE, New York — There’s gold in them-there hills are promising words that have long set thoughts spinning and prospectors running. But it is...

Cat Track Harvester with Log Max ‘Best Move I Ever Made’

BERLIN, New York – A few years back, Ryan Sweeney had a difficult time keeping good quality help for his logging business, Sweeney’s Tree...

Hands-on Family Oversees Commitment to Quality

SOUTH GIBSON, Pennsylvania – Handson and family-owned, Ordie Price’s Sawmill, Inc. has a root dating to 1928. “We take pride in being family owned...

Sustainable Forestry a Priority for Catskills Logger

Foothills Sustainable Forestry, located in the foothills of the Catskills, is aptly named for Sam Beisler’s approach to logging. Future decades are always on...

Long View Forest Advocates Team Concept Provides Ownership Opportunities to Employees

Innovation and calculated risks pay off for Vermont cut-to-length logging business.   Some companies do everything by the book. Others are creative and innovative. Long View...
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