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Sawmill - Price Reporting Survey

Code #001-399

Before you begin this survey you must know your three digit TMR code.  Incorrectly entered or missing data in these first two fields or any data field marked "REQUIRED!" will void this survey form

Required!
The three digit code cross-referenced with your zip code is used to insure the validity of the data we receive via the internet in order to maintain the integrity of the Timber Market Report. If you are unsure of your three digit code or if you would like to register to provide data for the survey, you may contact the Penn State Forest Resource Cooperative Extension office at 814-863-0401 or fill out this form and write a brief note in the comment box.
Total Amount of Timber ...
In order to determine current market conditions we need to know the total amount of timber that can be processed as well as the current amount being produced. How many thousand board feet of logs per week (MBF/week) could your mill cut when operating at full capacity, and at what capacity did you run during this period?
Stumpage Prices
Stumpage prices vary due to many factors such as quality, quantity, hauling distance, type of sale, etc. What were the average prices you paid in $/MBF for logs, and $/TON for pulpwood, for stumpage purchased for this period?
Mill Prices:
For this period, what were the average price paid by you in $/MBF to independent contractors who bought their own stumpage and delivered logs to your mill? Indicate a different price for each grade, if you buy by grade. If not, use the average column.
Sawlog Grades by Species -- USFS Standard Grades*
Northern Red Oak
White Oak
Mixed Oak
Black Cherry
White Ash
Hard Maple
Soft Maple
Yellow Poplar
Misc. Hardwoods
White Pine
Hemlock
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