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Pulpwood prices in the Southeast, 1982
Cecil C Hutchins
by U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Forest Service, Southeastern Forest Experiment Station in [Asheville, N.C.]
Written in English
|Statement||Cecil C. Hutchins, Jr|
|Series||Research note SE -- 322|
|Contributions||Southeastern Forest Experiment Station (Asheville, N.C.)|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination|| p. ;|
Books at Amazon. The Books homepage helps you explore Earth's Biggest Bookstore without ever leaving the comfort of your couch. Here you'll find current best sellers in books, new releases in books, deals in books, Kindle eBooks, Audible audiobooks, and so much more. The production of pulpwood over the last 10 years in the Northeastern States has risen slowly with production percent above the level Fig. 2. Levels of pulpwood production have been high despite an environment of weak prices for paper products during much of that decade. The recent rise in production during and decline in.
comparisons among states. For the most recent decade, real price increases for hardwood pulpwood were detected only in Maine and Vermont. Due to a tightening demand-supply situation, spruce-fir pulpwood stumpage price increased faster than hardwood price after the early s in Maine, New Hampshire, and New York. Weekly wood pellet prices (Southeast FOB prices, $/mmbtu) and monthly U.S. Southern pine pulpwood prices ($/ton) are collected from ArgusMedia () and Timber Mart-South (), respectively.
The hardwood pulpwood prices bounced back substantially to the state-wide average of $ per ton, but it is still 50% lower than the South-wide average price of $ per ton. The hardwood pulpwood price in Eastern North Carolina was $ per ton, up % from last quarter. In addition to consulting work, our company has tracked global wood prices through two wood market price reports, updated quarterly since the 's. WRI publishes a quarterly market report, Wood Resource Quarterly (WRQ), focusing on the global wood market. The WRQ was established in and has subscribers in more than 30 countries. It covers.
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Pulpwood prices in the Southeast, [Cecil C Hutchins, Jr.; Southeastern Forest Experiment Station (Asheville, N.C.); United States. Chip prices were $ for softwood and $ for hardwood per qreenton,up and percent.
Softwood sawdust was up percent to $ per green ton, but hardwood sawdust decreased percent to Citation: Hutchins, Cecil C., Jr.
Pulpwood Prices in the Southeast Author: Cecil C. Hutchins. Average prices for roundwood, chipped residues, and saw-dust rose 4 percent from to Pulpwood price increases are due to inflation as real costs have remained stable.
The price for softwood roundwood is $ per cord; hardwood roundwood is $ per cord. Citation: Rosson, James F., Jr. Author: James F. Rosson. Expenditures for wood fiber in the Southeast during were $ million, an increase of percent over Price per standard cord of roundwood pulpwood was $for softwood, a percent increase, and $ for hardwood, an increase of 8 percent.
Prices paid for roundwood in averaged $ per cord for softwood and $ per cord for hardwood. Prices paid for chips averaged $ per ton for softwood and $ for hardwood. Citation: Hutchins, Cecil C., Jr. Pulpwood Prices in the Southeast, Res.
Note SE began reporting pulpwood prices inunlike the South as a whole where production increased until the late s (Figure 4). Georgia pulpwood prices managed to remain about double those of Virginia untilbut Georgia’s pulpwood 1982 book plunged along with the southwide average.
Virginia’s prices managed to avoid that plunge until Graph and download economic data for Producer Price Index by Commodity for Pulp, Paper, and Allied Products: Wood Pulp (WPU) from Jan to Jul about wood, paper, commodities, PPI, inflation, price index, price, indexes, and USA.
Southeastern Average Stumpage Prices - US$/ton; current one year ago ten years ago; 2Q20 2Q19 up/(dn) 2Q10 up/(dn) Pine Sawtimber: $ $ ($) $ ($) Mixed Hardwood Sawtimber: $ $ ($) $ $ Source: The. PULPWOOD PRICES IN THE SOUTHEAST, by Cecil C.
Hutchins, Jr.’ ABSTRACT.-Expenditures for wood fiber in the Southeast during were $ million, an increase of percent over Price per standard cord of roundwood pulpwood was $ for soft-wood, a If.l-percent increase, and $ for hardwood, an increase of 8 percent.
These reports provide market prices by species using the International Scale and Doyle Scale for five regions of West Virginia as well as a state average. Timber Mart-South provided by the Center for Forest Business, Warnell School of Forest Resources, University of Georgia.
This resource provides south-wide average prices. Prices for pulp, recovered paper, paper, packaging, timber, wood products, and nonwovens markets. See how Fastmarkets RISI prices can benefit your business.
By tracking and understanding prices in your markets, you will better be able to: Provide a neutral ground for your contracts. The annual report of southern pulpwood production is based on a canvass of all pulpmills that fall within the 12 states of the Southern and Southeastern Forest Experiment Station regions.
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Pulpwood prices in the southeast abstract (SuDoc A /2:) [U.S. Dept of Agriculture] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying : U.S. Dept of Agriculture. Mills in the Southeast paid record prices for pulpwood in ; however, price increases were beiow the previous 4-year average.
Prices paid in averaged $ per cord for pine bolts, $ per cord for hardwood bolts, $ per ton for pine chips, and $ per ton for hardwood chips. Citation: Cathey, Robert A. Pulpwood Prices in.
height in the appropriate pulpwood value table. Tables for a wide range of stumpage prices, from $1 to $25 per cord, are provided in appendix B.
Finding a tree's conversion value takes an additional step. First, take the value of pulp- wood at some point in its processing (a price at roadside may be convenient) ; say, for.
Pulpwood prices are at record highs, up 14% for delivered pine since and up 21% for hardwood. A recovery in residential construction will boost OSB output at the same time that announced large-scale pellet projects will commence operations.
On the supply side, forest areas available for thinnings will contract and hardwood resources are. Whether you are buying or selling timber, planning a harvest, brokering a timber sale or tracking the value of timber over time, Forest2Market’s Stumpage database provides comprehensive sales details and product data for actual timber sales throughout the US South.
It goes like this: Cut: Trees are selected based on the mill’s specifications and requirements, then cut down at the base Clean: Trees are taken to the mill and run through a debarking machine to remove the outer layer of bark and the cambium Section: Logs are run through a saw that cuts them into 8’ sections (i.e.
a 32’ long log would produce four 8’ sections).timber harvested was pulpwood, while 37 percent was sawtimber, and 9 percent veneer logs.
Hardwood pulpwood represented the third largest harvest behind pine pulpwood and pine sawtimber. Prices for pine pulpwood stumpage in the South increased from an average of.
In the Southeast, most pine timber brings higher stumpage prices than sweetgum or mixed hardwoods. High-quality black cherry, northern red oak, cherrybark oak, white oak, and yellow poplar can bring premium prices.
Species price varies widely with location and with changing market demand. Quality and size.