State-Wide Timber Prices Continue to Drop for Major Products During Second Quarter of 2017.

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North Carolina stumpage prices continue to drop.  Sawtimber  stumpage prices were down for both pine and hardwood species ranging from 6-11%.  The biggest drop occurred in mixed-hardwoods with prices down almost 11%, followed by oak sawtimber dropping almost 7% from the previous quarter. Pine chip-n-saw dropped almost 3% from the previous quarter. Hardwood pulpwood is down just over 3% from the previous quarter.  The only product with an increase in price this quarter is pine pulpwood. Pine pulpwood prices increased almost 4% from the previous quarter and are higher than the previous year.  To check out the fourth quarter prices for North Carolina standing timber visit https://forestry.ces.ncsu.edu/forestry-price-data/

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Photo of Dr. Robert BardonDr. Robert BardonAssociate Dean of Extension, Department Extension Leader & Professor (919) 515-5575 robert_bardon@ncsu.eduForestry & Environmental Resources - NC State University
Updated on Jul 18, 2017
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