We are presently managing some 150,000 acres
of privately owned timberlands in south Arkansas,
north Louisiana, east Texas, and Oklahoma.
We offer an independent, professional service
working for and in the best interest of the private
landowner. We manage timber for the maximum dollar
return to the owner and at the same time perpetuate
it so that regular harvests may be made on a sustained
value obtained from our services is in the fact
that we are working for the landowner and not for
a timber dealer who might be buying the timber.
Timber buyers are skilled professionals and we
believe that landowners need a professional representing
their interests. This puts timber sales on a competitive,
business-like basis and protects the landowner
fully instead of having to depend entirely upon
the integrity of the timber buyer. Also, with our
intimate knowledge of all timber markets in this
area, we can obtain absolute top market value for
all of your timber.
The complete management service that we offer
consists of the following:
We make timber inventories as a separate service.
This includes complete volume estimates, timber
type maps, and recommendations for treatment of
all stands. This gives you a complete inventory
of what is on the land and what it needs to give
the landowner the greatest return on your investment.
An inventory is very beneficial in establishing
a management plan for any forest.
We provide color timber type maps that show each
separate timber stand classification with recommendations
necessary for each stand in order to optimize timber
productivity. A prescription is made for each stand
as the inventory is performed and then used to
help prepare a formal management plan for the property.
The maps are drawn in a “user friendly” format
while providing an abundance of information to
the landowner. They show areas or stands in need
of thinning or improvement cuts, or a recommended
number of years before any harvests are necessary.
Areas requiring planting, spraying, injection of
weed trees or other cultural treatments are delineated.
Creeks, roads of all types, pipelines, powerlines,
buildings or other improvements are also shown.
A separate detailed write-up is provided for
each tract. This provides additional information
and concise recommendations that cannot be shown
on the maps or volume summary. Other observations
and comments are addressed here.
The timber inventory is highly recommended and
it lets the landowner know exactly what he has
in timber products and where tree planting and
other improvement work needs to be done.
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