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Jay Engle

Recent Posts

November 11, 2019
Can US Hardwood Exports Outlast the Global Trade War?
In November 2017, we published a comprehensive analysis covering the Northeast and Appalachia that illustrated the...
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February 13, 2019
Analysis of a Natural Disaster: Hurricane Michael’s Lasting Impacts on Florida's Timber Inventory
After attaining peak winds of 155 mph as a category 4 storm, Hurricane Michael approached the Florida Panhandle and...
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October 08, 2018
The Advantages of Genetic Improvements for Pine and Eucalyptus Plantations
Forest2Market's Jay Engle and ArborGen's Rafael De La Torre partnered to produce the content in this blog post with...
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April 09, 2018
Southern Timberland Owners: Are You Requiring $/Ton Bids for Your Timber Sales?
When a truckload of cut pine timber crosses a scale at a mill facility, it is the weight of the load itself—not the...
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March 19, 2018
Timberland Prices Rise and Fall, but Ultimately Return to Trend
In June of 2011, Pete Stewart wrote one of Forest2Market’s most popular blog posts to date titled “Are $350 per Acre...
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February 06, 2018
Are Pine Plantations in the US South Profitable Investments?
Are pine plantations in the US South as financially attractive now as they were in previous decades? This seems like...
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September 15, 2017
Douglas Fir and Hem-Fir Log Diameter Trends in the Pacific Northwest
“In days of old, logs were sold based on bigger is better. In the days of now, we sell them anyhow regardless of...
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September 13, 2017
Recent Precipitation Impacts on Pine Pulpwood Prices in the US South
No single factor impacts stumpage prices more than precipitation. Despite the catastrophic effects of hurricanes...
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January 21, 2016
Tree Harvesting and its Effect on Soil Nutrients
We are currently experiencing a global resurgence in wood production, and as biomass derived from forest residues...
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November 16, 2015
Six Reasons Thinning Trees is Good for the Forest
Over the last few months, we have written extensively about the extreme wildfire season in the Pacific Northwest...
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October 02, 2015
Southern Pine Lumber Price Report: September 2015
Lumber prices fell throughout the summer, reaching their lowest point in the beginning of September at a weighted...
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August 24, 2015
US South Roundwood Price Update: 8-Year Snapshot
Forecasting is an integral part of business success in an industry that is prone to seasonality, supply constraints...
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August 14, 2015
Why Lumber Prices Are Falling--Summer 2015
Why Lumber Prices Are Falling--Summer 2015 Lumber prices have taken a dive this summer, falling 21% from a February...
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May 15, 2015
Lumber Markets - April/May 2015
Among our predictions for 2015, we noted the likelihood that two events would occur. First, weakening world...
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March 24, 2015
Adapt to Survive: Optimizing the Wood Supply Chain
Like all forests, all wood supply chains are different. Some are longer and more complex than others, but one thing...
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December 19, 2013
The Causes and Course of Lumber Price Changes at Year End
We realize there have been some heavy swings going on in the market. Because of the level of detail in our...
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