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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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Industry News Roundup
WestRock Upgrade Should Reduce Turnaround Time
According to a report in the Louisiana Logger newsletter, WestRock is investing $97 million to upgrade its mill in Hodge, La., which includes log yard upgrades that should reduce log truck turnaround time. When the improvements were announced last…
Campbell Global Acquires Over 250,000 Acres Of Timberland
Campbell Global, a wholly-owned timber investment manager of J.P, Morgan Global Alternatives, has acquired over 250,000 productive acres of high-quality, commercial timberland across three properties in the Southeastern U.S.—valued at over half a…
International Paper Supports Heirs Property Initiative In Mississippi
International Paper has announced plans to support The Center for Heirs’ Property Preservation as they work alongside the Mississippi Center for Justice to provide legal services, assistance and resources to help historically underserved…
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