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Pulpwood production costs in southeast Arkansas, 1950

by R. R. Reynolds

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Published by USDA Forest Service, Southern Forest Experiment Station in New Orleans, La .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Wood-pulp,
  • Wood-pulp industry

  • Edition Notes

    StatementR.R. Reynolds
    SeriesOccasional paper -- 121, Occasional paper (Southern Forest Experiment Station (New Orleans, La.)) -- 121.
    ContributionsSouthern Forest Experiment Station (New Orleans, La.)
    The Physical Object
    Pagination17 pages ;
    Number of Pages17
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL26233265M
    OCLC/WorldCa10335717

      Arkansas Pulpwood's annual revenues are $1-$10 million (see exact revenue data) and has employees. It is classified as operating in the Sawmills industry. pulpwood production was down another 6 percent in to million cords, or million green tons. In , the South Central region (consisting of Alabama, Arkansas, Kentucky, Louisiana, Mississippi, Oklahoma, Tennessee, and Texas) led pulpwood production, supplying million cords compared to the Southeast’s (Florida.

    prices for pulpwood have decreased as many domestic mills have closed or shifted production. If this trend continues, traditionally densely established pine plantations will not be the most cost-effective forest management system as acreage is tied up in lower value trees . USDA National Agricultural Statistics Service Information. NASS publications cover a wide range of subjects, from traditional crops, such as corn and wheat, to specialties, such as mushrooms and flowers; from calves born to hogs slaughtered; from agricultural prices to land in farms. The agency has the distinction of being known as The Fact Finders of U.S. Agriculture due to the abundance of.

      Labor Cost Share of Total Gross Revenues. Although farm wages are rising in nominal and real terms, the impact of these rising costs on farmers' incomes has been offset by rising productivity and/or output prices. As a result, labor costs as a share of gross cash income do not show an upward trend for the industry as a whole over the past 20 years. Cotton production is an important economic factor in the United States as the country leads, worldwide, in cotton exportation. The United States is ranked third in production, behind China and India. Almost all of the cotton fiber growth and production occurs in southern and western states, dominated by Texas, California, Arizona, Mississippi, Arkansas, and Louisiana.


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Pulpwood production costs in southeast Arkansas, 1950 by R. R. Reynolds Download PDF EPUB FB2

Arkansas severance tax laws use a conversion of 8 tons per thousand board feet (Doyle) and tons per cord for pine pulpwood and tons per cord for hardwood.

These are useful conversions but may not always be accurate. Genre/Form: Periodicals: Additional Physical Format: Supt. of Docs., U.S.G.P.O. (DLC)sn (OCoLC) Online version: Pulpwood prices in the southeast. From toArkansas lumber production increased by 54%; from topulpwood production for Arkansas' eight pulp and paper mills quadrupled.

The Forest Survey Report showed that altogether, the yearly timber harvest had increased by 72 percent since the Report. The Arkansas Forest Today. Figure 1 compares pulpmill capacity and pulpwood production across the South from the early s to Figure 1.

Pulp Capacity and Pulpwood Production in the Southern United States 0 20 40 60 80 tons/24 hours 0 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 mm cords Pulp Capacity Pulpwood.

7 items  7 Pulpwood Companies in Arkansas. Search or browse our list of Pulpwood companies in Arkansas by category or location. Oxford Paper Company Wood Usage and Production Cost Documents, Includes handwritten and typed statistical records compiled primarily in chart format pertaining to labor 1950 book, monthly production numbers, wood transportation, and other aspects of the pulpwood production operations of Oxford Paper Company from to Shifting production to hardwood from pine moderated increases in pine consumption.

Prices for both products increased, but at a different rate. In hardwood pulpwood averaged only $ per ton compared to $ for pine the same year.

Bywhen average pine pulpwood stumpage prices peaked at over $10 per ton. Pine Pulpwood $ 0 % Hardwood Pulpwood $ 18 % Time Series by Quarter Since Trends: Stumpage prices remained steady for most products in the 1st quarter of Strong markets remain in both red and white oak sawlogs, with AR running over 8 dollars per ton above the SE average.

Arkansas Pulpwood Co, Inc. Is a family owned business and was established by John Dawson, Jr. In Formally known as Doyle Harvey Pulpwood, John Dawson, Jr.

Changed the name to Arkansas Pulpwood co, Inc, which gave the company new motivation to grow and become the leading provider for the timber industry in Arkansas. These 10 Photos Of Arkansas In The s Are Mesmerizing. The end of the s saw a major change in Arkansas.

Desegregation of schools was the hot topic during the latter part of the decade, and it seemed as if the entire world was watching to see what the residents of the Natural State would do when it came to integrating education.

These vintage photos from Arkansas, taken during the s and s, are an awesome trip through an era that holds a huge number of reminiscent stories and memories. We’re aware that these uncertain times are limiting many aspects of life as we all practice social and physical distancing.

While we’re continuing to feature destinations that. The development of cut-to-length systems then focused on developing a single machine to fell, delimb and slash the tree at the stump. These efforts began with the development of pulpwood harvesting machines — for example, the Bush Combine (late s) ()and the Koehring Short Wood Harvester (late s).The technical limitation of this class of machines was that they could transform.

Quarterly information on timber stumpage and mill prices, based on information from loggers, sawmills, pulp and paper companies, foresters, and public agencies. The report is intended to describe general trends in the timber market.

Figure 2: Weekly panel prices in North America. U.S. dollars per thousand square feet. Note: Random Lengths structural panels composite prices, 15/32" 4-ply exterior southern, 1/2" 4-ply exterior western and 7/16" oriented strand board (north central) Sources: 1) Random Lengths, used with publisher's permission 2) Madison's Lumber Reporter, used with permission granted by the publisher.

volume production in-stead of sawtimber production. However, the value of pulpwood at the mill is the cost of harvesting and trucking to the mill (Figure 2).

In some distant locations, transportation costs can s, but in dry years, or on weedy sites, poor quality seedlings and. 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). Arkansas Pulpwood Co., Inc. likes 2 were here. Arkansas Pulpwood Co., Inc. Family owned & operated for over 30 years Buy, Sell, Manage Timber & Timberland Join. pulpwood production with a total of o Figure Pulpwood production for the Northeastern States, by year and sources of wood.

cords produced. Combined, these five states contribute less than 1 percent to the region's total production. New Jersey was only one of these states with operating pulpmills in 1.

The values of all costs and revenues are identical for all rotations. All costs and revenues are compounded to the end of the rotation to get the future value of one rotation.

This value will be the amount received every t years. The land will be forested in perpetuity. The land requires regeneration costs at the beginning of the. Arkansas Operations Pulp Operation Lumber Operation, Plaster Rock, NB; UP Paper, Manistique, Michigan; Verso Corporation, Memphis, Tennessee Androscoggin Mill, Jay, Maine Bucksport Mill, Bucksport, Maine Closed December Duluth Paper Mill, Duluth, Minnesota; acquired in NewPage merger January.

Quarterly Report of the major timber products in 11 Southeastern States- Alabama,North Carolina,Arkansas,South Carolina,Florida,Tennessee, Georgia,Texas, Louisiana,Virginia, Mississippi.

If you want to get one aboving state timber prices report, you can get it on anual paid basis.The Midsouth led the Southeast in pulp- wood production by million cords (table 6).

For the past 6 years the Midsouth has produced more pulpwood than the Southeast, but the Southeast has led in producing softwood round- wood. Inthe Midsouth led in all cate- gories of pulpwood production.the sulfate capacity in the South. Pulpwood requirements had remained constant at about cords of pulpwood per ton of pulp, but the pulpwood used had changed since and in was 38 percent softwood roundwood, 22 percent hardwood roundwood, and 40 percent plant by-products.

Keywords: Woodpulp capacity, woodpulp production.