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Market shifts: assessing changes in hardwood demandAuthor(s): Matthew Bumgardner
Source: The Ohio Woodland Journal. Summer: 9-11.
Publication Series: Scientific Journal (JRNL)
Station: Northern Research Station
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DescriptionHardwood lumber production has trended downward nationally since 1999 as marginal mills have closed and others have consolidated in response to market conditions. Still, forests throughout Ohio continue to provide multiple benefits to landowners and all Ohioans. Important changes are taking place in hardwood markets, both domestically and abroad. With a knowledge of these changes, landowners can better understand economic factors that influence the value of their timber.
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CitationBumgardner, Matthew. 2007. Market shifts: assessing changes in hardwood demand. The Ohio Woodland Journal. Summer: 9-11.
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