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MALVERN, Arkansas – Cody Baker, 27, calls his company Baker Land and Cattle, but these days his business is in the woods, not the pastures. The name may be misleading, but it’s also appropriate. Baker and his dad, Kevin, 52, don’t actually run cattle anymore, but they did for a long time, and in fact that’s what led them to logging.
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Georgia Seeks To Raise Log Load Limits
A plan to boost weight limits for trucks on Georgia state highways is proving a heavy lift against determined opposition. After the scope of the bill was cut down earlier in the House and still garnered barely enough votes to pass, ultimately, the…
Hunt FP Supports Forest Products Center
Hunt Forest Products LLC has pledged $500,000 to support the new Forest Products Innovation Center on Louisiana Tech University’s South Campus at Ruston. The Forest Products Innovation Center is slated to become a hub for discovering new methods to…
New Mississippi Law Simplifies Light Safety
A new Mississippi law that went into effect in 2022 has simplified low visibility light requirements for log hauling, according to Mississippi Loggers Assn. Executive Director David Livingston. A similar law passed in 2011 to allow log hauling in…
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