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Timber Sales in 2014

Patricia K. Yelvington

Johnston County, NC

Sold! — Offered for sale is a 14.7 acre stand of timber. This timber ranges from mixed hardwoods along the eastern creek to old field pine in the middle and old growth pine in the western portions of the property. The entire area is to be clear-cut of all merchantable timber. Within the timber sale area, pine sawtimber averages 4,672 board feet per acre, pine chip and saw averages 4.4 tons per acre, and pine fiber averages 7.4 tons per acre. Hardwood sawtimber contributes an additional 603 boardfeet per acre.

Steven D. Worthington and Richard E. Worthington

Pitt County, NC

Sold! — Offered for sale are two blocks of timber totaling 24.4 acres. This timber is a mix of over-mature hardwood and pine. Both blocks contain quality trees and are to be clear-cut of all merchantable timber. Within the combined timber sale area, pine sawtimber averages 2,956 board feet per acre. Hardwood sawtimber consists of yellow poplar with 2,311 boardfeet per acre, sweetgum with 1,311 boardfeet per acre and mixed oak with 1,148 boardfeet per acre. The logging access is via two farm paths from County Home Road.

Julian R. Stewart

Johnston County, NC

Sold! — Offered for sale is 493.914 acre tract of bottomland hardwood with a few scattered patches of pine. The area has been divided into two stands containing 134.958 and 358.956 acres. Buyers may submit bids on either or both stands of timber or bid on the total timber sale area. The entire area is to be clear-cut of all merchantable timber. Within the combined timber sale area, red oak sawtimber averages 1,541 board feet per acre, red maple sawtimber averages 506 board feet per acre, sweetgum sawtimber averages 1,038 board feet per acre, white oak sawtimber averages 563 board feet per acre, green ash sawtimber averages 263 board feet per acre and other hardwoods contribute an additional 460 board feet per acre. Pine sawtimber adds an additional 411 board feet per acre and cypress contributes 514 board feet per acre. Stream-side management zones, totaling 27.38 acres have been marked on the ground. No timber will be harvested from within the stream-side management zones. This property should NOT be considered all weather logging. Periodic flooding can be expected and high floatation logging equipment will be required. The logging access is via the shared private road with Mathew Sand & Gravel Company and the Stewart property farm paths. The Matthew Sand & Gravel exterior gate is open 7am – 5pm, Monday – Friday. If you get locked in, please contact Rawlings Consulting Forestry and allow up to 2 hours to open the gate. If you would like to view the timber in the evenings or on the weekends, please make prior arrangements with Rawlings Consulting Forestry. The high bidder(s) will be provided unrestricted access the property.