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Logging and Sawmilling Journal- June 2004

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A recent deal that will see a change in control of BC forest giant Doman Industries marks the end of an era.

Tech Update: Harvesting and Felling Heads

What you need to know about the latest Harvesting and Felling Heads.

A focus on Value-Added

Saskatchewan's Halland sawmill profits from concentrating on value-added wood products.

Guest Column

Ken van Rees on the progress that is being made in tree plantation research in Saskatchewan.

Saskatchewan Forestry Expo

A look at who, and what, will be at the upcoming Saskatchewan Forestry Expo, being held June 24 to 26 in Prince Albert.

Back to school

Saskatchewan's Star City Forest Products has been resourceful, turning an abandoned school into a manufacturing plant.

Strong equipment support

The torch has been passed on to the next generation of loggers at Cyr Contracting, a move that is supported by a strong and varied equipment line-up.

Fighting forest fires with "wet breaks"

A manure drag hose transportation system - usually used on farms - provides the ability to create "wet breaks" to fight forest fires.

Top Prairie contractors

Logging & Sawmilling Journal once again has the authoritative list of top logging contractors in Saskatchewan and Manitoba.



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