Many landowners do not receive full value for their timber when it is sold. Extension foresters and county agents often encourage landowners to have an inventory of their timber when they make a timber sale, but most still do not. The exercise described in this article is an enlightening and enjoyable activity for landowner meetings about marketing forest products and illustrates the necessity of timber inventory and human relationships in marketing timber.
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Daniels, B. (2002). "Selling Timber Without a Timber Inventory": An Exercise for County Agents and Foresters. The Journal of Extension, 40(1), Article 27. https://tigerprints.clemson.edu/joe/vol40/iss1/27