What is the benefit of removing the timber on my land?
There is a huge monetary asset in timber that can provide supplemental income both now and in the future. All the while, enhancing wildlife habitat and maintaining aesthetic value.
Is removing all of the trees on my land a bad thing?
Harvesting all of the timber on your property is not necessary a bad thing at all, in fact it is a great thing! The benefits of removing all of the timber on your land not only brings a financial gain to you as a landowner, but it also sets up for the land to be site prep for replanting that can then be managed more intensively.
What happens after all of the trees are removed on my land?
Before all of the trees on your land have been removed you and your local representative will go over the future plan for your stand through artificial regeneration with pine seedlings.
How will removing the trees on my land affect wildlife?
For more information from a highly recognized institution, please check out this article from Clemson University.
What are the benefits of replanting my land with advanced Loblolly Pine Seedlings?
For more information, please check out the study done by the Forestry Institution at Mississippi State University.