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Machine rates for selected forest harvesting machinesAuthor(s): R.W. Brinker; J. Kinard; Robert Rummer; B. Lanford
Source: In: Machine Rates for Selected Forest Harvesting Maines, 32 p.
Publication Series: Scientific Journal (JRNL)
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DescriptionVery little new literature has been published on the subject of machine rates and machine cost analysis since 1989 when the Alabama Agricultural Experiment Station Circular 296, Machine Rates for Selected Forest Harvesting Machines, was originally published. Many machines discussed in the original publication have undergone substantial changes in various aspects, not the least of which is increased costs. Many machines are no longer manufactured, and several new machines have been developed and are discussed in this updated publication.
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CitationBrinker, R.W.; Kinard, J.; Rummer, Robert; Lanford, B. 2002. Machine rates for selected forest harvesting machines. In: Machine Rates for Selected Forest Harvesting Maines, 32 p.
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