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GRAY, Georgia – Brad Comer, 54, had been a full-time mechanic with a couple of trucks for more than 20 years before he hauled his first load of pulpwood. He’d been around logging his entire life, growing up in Hancock County; even his dad was a lifelong logger. Comer says this part of rural midwest Georgia has always relied on the timber industry, which has provided jobs for the families that live here.

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New From Tigercat: TCi 920 Forestry Dozer

New From Tigercat: TCi 920 Forestry Dozer

Tigercat Industries has developed a forestry dozer, and the TCi 920 will make the rounds at several U.S. forestry industry trade shows this spring as part of its launch. The dozer will be branded under the new TCi name, as Tigercat Industries…

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FORISK’S Lang Paints Southern Forests Picture

FORISK’S Lang Paints Southern Forests Picture

Amanda Hamsley Lang, COO & VP of Client Services with FORISK Consulting, addressed timber supply and outlook during the Wood Bioenergy Conference & Expo Held March 29-30 at the Omni Hotel at CNN Center in Atlanta. Lang, who was one of the event keynoters, said that FORISK forecasts pine sawtimber inventories to increase through 2027 before declining through…

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