Economics of merchandising pulpwood in West Virginia.

@inproceedings{Grushecky2012EconomicsOM,
  title={Economics of merchandising pulpwood in West Virginia.},
  author={Shawn T. Grushecky and Curt C. Hassler},
  year={2012}
}
There has been renewed interest in determining the feasibility of pulpwood merchandising yards in the Appalachian region. Intensive merchandising is a potential way to supply raw material to traditional markets as well as current and new weight-based pulp markets at a lower cost. The feasibility of developing a hardwood pulpwood sorting merchandising yard in West Virginia was investigated. More than 171,000 kg of pulpwood was procured for this project. The majority of the pulpwood purchased was… CONTINUE READING

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