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Operations: Harvesting

Prentiss & Carlisle's experienced foresters harvest an average of 60,000 cords of wood per year and provide our clients with a variety of harvesting options, including
  • Cut-to-length
    Highly trained foresters use computerized equipment to directionally fell, delimb and cut trees to length in one operation. A forwarder then picks up the timber and piles it roadside, minimizing ground disturbance, while the equipment itself creates narrower trails, making cut-to-length the technique of choice for smaller spaces and sensitive or aesthetically pleasing areas.
  • Mechanical harvesting
    Skilled operators cut and haul many trees at a time using feller bunchers and grapple skidders and also expertly merchandise the timber into logs and other wood products using delimbers.
  •  Conventional harvesting
    Harvesters cut one tree at a time using chain saws. The timber is then removed from the forest with cable skidders.

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