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another comment

Bill Tindall, E.Tn.
4000 bdft, 180 logs, that's less than 30 bdft per log. Now I see why the logs were not marketable. No mill can get any sort of yield/profit from a 30 bdft log. These must have been tiny logs.

Another comment. I doubt that more than 5% of our sales were for 5/4 lumber. 80+% was 4/4.

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