Timber Sales by Rawlings Consulting Forestry, PLLC http://rawlingsforestry.com/timbersales/current/ Recent news and upcoming timber sales conducted by Rawlings Consulting Forestry, PLLC, in North Carolina en-us Amy Christine Swain (Beaufort County, NC) — Tuesday, July 11, 2017 11:00 amhttp://rawlingsforestry.com/timbersales/2017/swain/Offered for sale is a quality natural stand of mixed pine and hardwood totaling 112.16 acres. A streamside management zone has been marked on this property along the bottom of the spoil pile adjacent to the Pungo Drainage Canal and a short tributary leading into the Canal. No timber will be harvested from within the SMZ. Within the harvest area, loblolly pine sawtimber averages 7,298 board feet per acre and 347 boardfeet per tree. These pines are slow growing, high quality. Over 61% are greater than 18 inches DBH and over 28% are greater than 22 inches DBH. Hardwood sawtimber including red oak, maple, blackgum, sweetgum, white oak and poplar will contribute an additional 3,979 board feet per acre. A scattering of cypress will average 335 board feet per acre. There is only a small amount of pine Chip-N-Saw, fiber within the stand but an abundance of hardwood fiber. Access for logging will be from Boyd Road, one mile north of Hwy 264 and through the property of D S Swain Gas Company. At that location there is an old farm path leading toward the Swain property, stopping 75-100 feet shy of the property line. Prior to logging, the path will need to be extended through young natural pine and into the Swain property.Tue, 13 Jun 2017 00:00:00Thomas Nelson Crumpler & Violet Marie Crumpler (Johnston County, NC) — Spring of 2017http://rawlingsforestry.com/timbersales/2017/crumpler/Offered for sale is a first thinning of a 21.45 acre loblolly pine plantation. This plantation has grown extremely well and both the diameter and basal area are high as compared to similarly aged stands. This selective harvest will remove every 4th row. The residual rows will be thinned from below, removing the smaller trees, to a target basal area of 70-80 square feet. If rows cannot be located, use a simulated 3rd row thinning by harvesting parallel thinning corridors approximately 10 feet in width on approximate 40 foot centers. Remaining trees thinned from below to a target basal area of 70-80. Within the stand, do not thin areas dominated by hardwood. Interested buyers should submit unit prices and a tentative start date. Rawlings Consulting Forestry reserves the right to reject any and all offers and may require on-site inspections of previously thinned stands. Thu, 13 Apr 2017 00:00:00Ruby Carroll Batten, Brenda B. Brantley & Sherman G. Batten (Johnston County, NC) — Spring of 2017http://rawlingsforestry.com/timbersales/2017/batten/Offered for sale is a first thinning of a 38.13 acre CRP loblolly pine plantation, 3.8 acres of natural loblolly pine and 1.3 acres of planted pine. The CRP portion of this thinning was planted on heavily fertilized fields at a fairly close spacing and maintained a survival of greater than 95%. As a result, basal area is now ranging from 240 – 260 with diameters ranging from 5 to 12 inches. As a result, the first thinning will remove only a portion of the trees needing to be removed and will be followed by a second thinning in 3-5 years after the residual trees have had time to strengthen. The CRP portion of the selective harvest will remove every 3rd row. The residual rows will be thinned from below as directed or marked, removing only a few of the lesser valued trees. The natural portion of the selective harvest will use a simulated 3rd row thinning by harvesting parallel thinning corridors approximately 10 feet in width on approximate 30 foot centers. Remaining trees thinned from below to a target basal area of 80. Within the stand, do not thin areas dominated by hardwood. Interested buyers should submit unit prices and a tentative start date. Rawlings Consulting Forestry reserves the right to reject any and all offers and may require on-site inspections of previously thinned stands. Wed, 12 Apr 2017 00:00:00Martha Branson (Orange County, NC) — Tuesday, March 14, 2017 1:00 pmhttp://rawlingsforestry.com/timbersales/2017/branson_hwy54/Offered for sale is a high quality natural stand of loblolly pine, totaling 13.7 acres. Two short streamside management zones have been marked on the property from which pine timber greater than 14 inches DBH and/or with a stump greater than 18 inches in diameter may be harvested providing no logging equipment enters the SMZ. Within the harvest area, loblolly pine sawtimber averages 14,955 board feet per acre and 252 boardfeet per tree. These pines have grown slow and have never been thinned. Over 39% are greater than 18 inches DBH and over 19% are greater than 20 inches DBH. Only a small amount of scattered chip and saw, hardwood and fiber will be found within the stand. Within the SMZ, pine timber greater than 14 inches DBH and/or with a stump greater than 18 inches in diameter may be harvested providing no logging equipment enters the SMZ. The SMZ may NOT be crossed. Access for logging will be directly from North Carolina Hwy 54 or from Dodsons Crossroads Road. Mon, 20 Feb 2017 00:00:00Rogers Tyler Williams Thorp Revocable Trust (Sampson County, NC) — Summer of 2016http://rawlingsforestry.com/timbersales/2016/thorp/Offered for sale is a first thinning of a 158.8 acre natural loblolly pine stand. This selective harvest will remove every 4th row. The residual rows will be thinned from below, removing the smaller trees, to a target basal area of 75 square feet. If rows can not be located, use a simulated 4th row thinning by harvesting parallel thinning corridors approximately 10 feet in width on approximate 40 foot centers. Remaining trees thinned from below to a target basal area of 75. Within the stand, do not thin areas dominated by hardwood. Interested buyers should submit unit prices and a tentative start date. Rawlings Consulting Forestry reserves the right to reject any and all offers and may require on-site inspections of previously thinned stands.Wed, 01 Feb 2017 00:00:00Martha Branson (Orange County, NC) — Thursday, October 20, 2016 1:00 pmhttp://rawlingsforestry.com/timbersales/2016/branson/Offered for sale is a high quality mature stand of mixed hardwoods, with areas of pine, totaling 56.27 acres. Two short streamside management zones have been marked on the property from which no timber is to be harvested. Within the harvest area, yellow poplar sawtimber averages 4,110 board feet per acre and 195 boardfeet per tree. White oak contributes an additional 1,278 board feet per acre and red oak, hickory, sweetgum and other hardwoods contribute 1,527 board feet per acre. The pine timber consists of loblolly, shortleaf and virginia. The loblolly sawtimber averages 1,165 boardfeet per acre, the shortleaf 633 boardfeet per acre and the virginia 787 boardfeet per acre. NO timber may be harvested from within the two short streamside management zones. Access for logging will be a private easement to Moorefields Road (SR 1135) via Shadetree Road which is also a private easement. The Branson easement diverts from Shadetree road 425 feet from Moorefields Road. Refer to the recorded map in Book 116, Page 46.Sat, 01 Oct 2016 00:00:00Norwood Shelton Jones, Judy Wall Jones and Dianne Wall Lynch (Johnston County, NC) — Thursday, August 18, 2016 11:00 amhttp://rawlingsforestry.com/timbersales/2016/jones_lynch/Offered for sale are two parcels of timber to be sold as a single unit containing 20.848 acre of quality mature timber to be clear-cut within the sale area. No timber is to be harvested from within the streamside management zones or from within the power line buffer. Within the harvest area, pine sawtimber averages 9,243 board feet per acre, pine Chip-N-Saw averages 9.95 tons per acre, and pine fiber averages 1.7 tons per acre. Scattered hardwood within the sale area contributes an additional 1,712 board feet per acre with white oak, red oak and yellow poplar the primary species. NO timber will be harvested from within the streamside management zone, that portion of the farm path treated as a streamside management zone or the visual buffer. Access for logging will be the existing farm path from Buffalo Road Fri, 22 Jul 2016 00:00:00Dickson Sloan, LLC (Sampson County, NC) — Summer of 2016http://rawlingsforestry.com/timbersales/2016/dickson2/Offered for sale is a first thinning of a 113.4 acre longleaf pine plantation. This selective harvest will remove every 3rd row. The residual rows will be thinned from below, removing the smaller trees, to a target basal area of 70 square feet. If rows can not be located, use a simulated 3rd row thinning by harvesting parallel thinning corridors approximately 10 feet in width on approximate 30 foot centers. Remaining trees thinned from below to a target basal area of 70. Within the stand, do not thin areas dominated by hardwood. Interested buyers should submit unit prices and a tentative start date. Rawlings Consulting Forestry reserves the right to reject any and all offers and may require on-site inspections of previously thinned stands.Wed, 20 Apr 2016 00:00:00Dickson Sloan, LLC (Sampson County, NC) — Thursday, February 11, 2016 11:00 amhttp://rawlingsforestry.com/timbersales/2016/dickson/Offered for sale is a stand of timber totaling 116.7 acres. Approximately 70% of the sale area is located on well-drained soil and is loggable at this time. The sale area is to be clear-cut of all merchantable timber. Within the 116.7 acres of the timber sale area, pine sawtimber averages 7,541 board feet per acre with an average of 240 board feet per tree. Additionally, pine Chip-N-Saw will contribute 27.8 tons per acre and pine fiber will contribute 21 tons per acre. Access for logging will via an old farm path from the end of East John Street in Garland, North Carolina. This portion of John Street is dirt and will led directly to Hwy 701. Tue, 19 Jan 2016 00:00:00ESC Ventures, LLC (Wake County, NC) — Thursday, January 21, 2016 11:00 amhttp://rawlingsforestry.com/timbersales/2016/esc/Offered for sale is 26.6 acres of excellent quality mature timber to be clear-cut of all merchantable timber. Within the 26.6 acre timber sale area, pine sawtimber averages 7,928 board feet per acre with an average of 203.3 board feet per tree. Additionally, white oak averages 900 boardfeet per acre and red oak averages 367 boardfeet per acre. With the exception of the access path and the stream crossings, No timber is to be harvested from either the road buffer, property line buffer or stream buffer. Additionally, streams must be crossed using a BMP approved method. The access path location and stream crossings must be pre-approved by Rawlings Consulting Forestry, PLLC. Wed, 30 Dec 2015 00:00:00Jerry D. Withers & Deborah W. McAliley (Harnett County, NC) — Thursday, January 14, 2016 11:00 amhttp://rawlingsforestry.com/timbersales/2016/withers/Offered for sale are three stands of timber totaling 33.58 acres. All three stands contain quality timber, much of which can be considered old growth. All stands are to be clear-cut of all merchantable timber. Stand 1 contains the highest per acre pine volume averaging 13,520 boardfeet per acre. Stand 2 contains the oldest pines, with an average of 3,735 boardfeet per acre. Stand 3 contains the best mix of pine and hardwood, averaging 4,631 boardfeet per acre of pine and 7,500 board feet per acre of hardwood; a mixture of sweetgum, poplar, red oak and white oak. Logging access for Stands 1 & 3 will be via the existing farm paths to Page Road. Logging access for Stand 2 will be via the farm path /easement from McDougald Road. Additionally, there is a very old path into the property from McDougald Road, just east of the Little River. This path will require repair, but is available if desired. Thu, 24 Dec 2015 00:00:00James H. Poole Sr., Revocable Trust (Wake County, NC) — Thursday, September 17, 2015 11:00 amhttp://rawlingsforestry.com/timbersales/2015/poole/Offered for sale is 50.8 acres of excellent quality mature timber. With the exception of the stream-side management zone, the entire sale area will be clear-cut of all merchantable timber. Within the 39 acre clear-cut portion of the timber sale area, pine sawtimber averages 10,929 board feet per acre with an average of 257 board feet per tree. Additionally, poplar averages 1,127 boardfeet per acre, sweetgum averages 718 boardfeet per acre, red oak averages 280 boardfeet per acre and white oak averages 540 boardfeet per acre. Within the stream-side management zones, selected high value trees have been marked with a large orange circle and may be harvested if done so according the Neuse River Rules. Please note, the NCFS conducted a stream determination for several streams on this property two of which were greatly reduced in length and a third was dismissed entirely. The determination letter is available for review upon request. Tue, 25 Aug 2015 00:00:00William Wesley Long (Caswell County, NC) — Spring of 2015http://rawlingsforestry.com/timbersales/2015/long/This timber did not sell on the designated sale date and is now subject to be sold if and when a reasonable offer is received. If a reasonable offer is not received, the timber will be rebid later this spring or early summer. Offered for sale is a 52.08 acre stand of mature timber. Of the total acreage, 45.08 acres are to be clear-cut with the remaining 7.0 acres to be selectively harvested from within the stream side management zone. The road frontage portion of the clear-cut area is comprised of old field Virginia pine of varying ages. Within the entire clear-cut area, pine sawtimber averages only 277 board feet per acre, pine Chip-N-Saw averages 1.8 tons per acre, and pine fiber averages 2.2 tons per acre. The eastern and northern portions of the clear-cut area are comprised primarily of quality hardwood sawtimber averaging 2,076 board feet per acre. The hardwood sawtimber is consist of yellow poplar, sycamore, white oak, red oak, green ash and sweetgum. Access for logging will be directly from Long Road. A stream-side management zone (SMZ) has been clearly marked on this property with orange flagging stating “Streamside Management Zone”. Selected trees marked with a large orange circle may be harvested from within the streamside management zone.Mon, 24 Aug 2015 00:00:00General Utilities, Inc (Harnett County, NC) — Summer of 2015http://rawlingsforestry.com/timbersales/2015/general_utilties_2/Offered for sale is a second thinning of three loblolly pine plantations, varying in age from 34 to 40 years and totaling 104.95 acres. This selective harvest will use the existing pull rows to harvest the smaller and/or damaged trees, to a target basal area of 75-80 square feet. Harvester operators must understand how to use and possess a standard 10 factor prism and be willing to make regular basal area checks to ensure the accuracy of their work. Scattered hardwood within the stand may be harvested. Areas dominated by hardwood within the stand are to be omitted from the sale. Interested buyers should submit unit prices and a tentative start date. Rawlings Consulting Forestry reserves the right to reject any and all offers and may require on-site inspections of previously thinned stands. Wed, 24 Jun 2015 00:00:00Marsh W. Knott, Jr. (Wake County, NC) — Summer of 2015http://rawlingsforestry.com/timbersales/2015/knott/Offered for sale is a first thinning of a 25.35 acre loblolly pine plantation. This selective harvest will remove every 4th row. The residual rows will be thinned from below, removing the smaller trees, to a target basal area of 75 square feet. If rows can not be located, use a simulated 4th row thinning by harvesting parallel thinning corridors approximately 10 feet in width on approximate 40 foot centers. Remaining trees thinned from below to a target basal area of 75. Within the stand, do not thin areas dominated by hardwood. Interested buyers should submit unit prices and a tentative start date. Rawlings Consulting Forestry reserves the right to reject any and all offers and may require on-site inspections of previously thinned stands.Sat, 20 Jun 2015 00:00:00Nancy L. Simmons (Johnston County, NC) — Tuesday, June 23, 2015 11:00 amhttp://rawlingsforestry.com/timbersales/2015/simmons/Offered for sale is a 31.167 acre tract of natural pine and hardwood. For inventory purposes, the area has been divided into two stands containing 29.238 and 1.929 acres. The entire area is to be clear-cut of all merchantable timber. Within Stand 1, the primary stand, pine sawtimber averages 4,413 board feet per acre. Additionally, pine chip & saw contributes 5.8 tons per acre and pine fiber contributes 5.2 tons per acre. Stand 2 consists of a small strip of low quality hardwood and a few scattered pine growing adjacent to a ditch. There are no stream-side management zones on this property.Tue, 26 May 2015 00:00:00General Utilities, Inc (Harnett County, NC) — Tuesday, June 9, 2015 11:00 amhttp://rawlingsforestry.com/timbersales/2015/general_utilities/Offered for sale is 44.63 acres of excellent quality mature pine timber. With the exception of the stream-side management zone, the entire sale area will be clear-cut of all merchantable timber. Within the timber sale area, pine sawtimber averages 11,682.7 board feet per acre with an average of 191.5 board feet per tree. Additionally, pine Chip-N-Saw averages 5.49 tons per acre, and pine fiber averages 1.7 tons per acre. Hardwood, poplar, red oak, white oak and sweetgum add an additional 267.6 board feet per acre. The logging access for the primary harvesting area will be via the existing farm path from Highway 27. The smaller block in the northeast may be accessed directly from Highway 27 using the existing access to the field. A small portion of the field may be used for logging if prior arrangements are made and, two old loading decks included in the primary sale area may be used. There are stream-side management zones (SMZ) along the southern end of the sale area, adjacent to the Little River and a small creek and also through Stand 2 in the northeast corner. Only the SMZ in the northeast corner of the harvesting area will need to be crossed. No timber will be harvest from within the SMZ. Mon, 11 May 2015 00:00:00Joan B. Wood Trust (Johnston County, NC) — Thursday, April 30, 2015 11:00 amhttp://rawlingsforestry.com/timbersales/2015/wood/Offered for sale is a 28.64 acre stand of mature pine timber. The entire sale area will be clear-cut of all merchantable timber. Within the timber sale area, pine sawtimber averages 13,613 board feet per acre, pine Chip-N-Saw averages 5.5 tons per acre, and pine fiber averages 2.5 tons per acre. Hardwood, poplar, red oak and sweetgum add an additional 220 board feet per acre. The logging access will be from Jerusalem Church Road or the back of the field adjacent to Jerusalem Church Road. The farm path beyond the gate is not to be used for logging access. There is a single, short segment of stream-side management zone (SMZ) adjacent to a beaver impoundment along the north edge of the timber sale area. No timber will be harvest from within the SMZ.Tue, 07 Apr 2015 00:00:00Carlton T. Goodwin (Chatham County, NC) — Thursday, April 9, 2015 11:00 amhttp://rawlingsforestry.com/timbersales/2015/goodwin/Offered for sale by the Consulting Forester is a 30.34 acre stand of mature timber. Of the total acreage, 26.92 acres are to be clear-cut with the remainder, 3.42 acres, to be selectively harvested according the Jordan Lake Riparian Buffer rules. Within the clear-cut portion of the timber sale area, pine sawtimber averages 1,584 board feet per acre, pine Chip-N-Saw averages 1.7 tons per acre, and pine fiber averages 1.8 tons per acre. Hardwood, primarily white oak, red oak, poplar and sweetgum, will almost double the volume with an additional 1,441 board feet per acre. Access for logging will be the private road named Clubhouse Lane, from Highway 64. The neighbors placed asphalt on a small portion of the private path. As this was done without the landowners permission, loggers will not be responsible for damage to the asphalt. A stream-side management zone (SMZ) has been clearly marked on this property with orange flagging stating “Streamside Management Zone”. Selected trees marked with a large orange circle may be harvested from within the streamside management zone. Tue, 17 Mar 2015 00:00:00Julian R. Stewart (Johnston County, NC) — Tuesday, October 28, 2014 11:00 amhttp://rawlingsforestry.com/timbersales/2014/stewart/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. Tue, 23 Sep 2014 00:00:00Steven D. Worthington and Richard E. Worthington (Pitt County, NC) — Thursday, September 11, 2014 5:00 pmhttp://rawlingsforestry.com/timbersales/2014/worthington/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. Tue, 19 Aug 2014 00:00:00Patricia K. Yelvington (Johnston County, NC) — Thursday, May 8, 2014 11:00 amhttp://rawlingsforestry.com/timbersales/2014/yelvington/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. Wed, 16 Apr 2014 00:00:00Donald H. Robbins (Franklin County, NC) — Thursday, December 12, 2013 11:00 amhttp://rawlingsforestry.com/timbersales/2013/robbins/Offered for sale is a 33.5 acre stand of mature timber of which 30.92 acres are to be clear-cut and 2.58 acres are within the streamside management zone. Within the streamside management zone, selected trees have been marked with a large orange circle to be be harvested. Within the clear-cut portion of the timber sale area, pine sawtimber averages 2,831 board feet per acre, pine chip-n-saw averages 6.2 tons per acre, and pine fiber averages 3.9 tons per acre. Hardwood sawtimber, consisting of yellow poplar, white oak, red oak, sweetgum and other hardwoods, contributes an additional 4,578 board feet per acre. Hardwood fiber will provide 13.5 tons per acre.Wed, 13 Nov 2013 00:00:00W. P. Daughtry, Jr. Heirs (Johnston County, NC) — Tuesday, November 19, 2013 11:00 amhttp://rawlingsforestry.com/timbersales/2013/daughtry/Offered for sale is a 26.9 acre stand of over- mature timber of which 21.97 acres is to be clear-cut, with the remainder of the area within the streamside management zone. Additionally, 10.61 acres of old field pines to be selectively harvested for a total sale area of 37.6 acres. Within the clear-cut portion of the timber sale area, pine sawtimber averages 6,693 board feet per acre, pine chip-n-saw averages 6.2 tons per acre, and pine fiber averages 9.2 tons per acre. Hardwood sawtimber, consisting of yellow poplar, oak and sweetgum, contributes an additional 1,690 board feet per acre. The northern streamside management zone contains a significant quantity of yellow poplar that may be harvested provided it is done in accordance with Forest Best Management Practices and the Neuse River Rules. The marking of the trees that can be legally and successfully harvested from within the streamside management zone will be the responsibility of the successful buyer. The selective harvest area contains 10.6 acres of old field pine. Within this area the harvest area will consist of a simulated 4th row thinning by harvesting parallel thinning corridors approximately 10 feet in width on approximate 40 foot centers. Remaining trees thinned from below to a target basal area of 70. The buyer will be responsible for marking this area. Mon, 28 Oct 2013 00:00:00Zeddie B. Green & Tri-Brothers, LLC (Robeson County, NC) — Fall of 2013http://rawlingsforestry.com/timbersales/2013/green/Offered for sale is a by-the-unit clear-cut timber harvest on 5 parcels of land totaling 232.7 acres of primarily pine timber. This timber is highly variable in maturity, ranging from pre-commercial to mature, both loblolly and longleaf pine. Forest products to be harvested include pine fiber, chip-n-saw, pine saw logs, a few poles, hardwood fiber and mixed hardwood logs. Much of this timber is located on well drained soil. After the timber harvest, this property will be cleared for agricultural purposes. Property lines have not been marked. After a successful timber sale, it will be the responsibility of the timber buyer to accurately locate and mark all property lines. Two surveys cover a majority of the property and are recorded at Map Book 23, page 90A and at Map Book 43, page 121 in the Robeson County Register of Deeds. The “Conditions of The Timber Sale” as normally associated with a sale conducted by Rawlings Consulting Forestry will apply. Of these, please note the following: All timber harvesting must be completed within 12 months of the date of the sale. A deposit on the timber may be required and would be applied to the initial harvesting statement(s). The successful buyer will be expected to follow to Forestry Best Management Practices. A performance bond must be posted with the owner’s agent, Rawlings Consulting Forestry, PLLC. Inventory data is not available for this sale. Interested buyers should submit unit prices and a tentative start date. Rawlings Consulting Forestry reserves the right to reject any and all offers and may require on-site inspections of previously harvested stands. Due to current market situation, this sale may be closed when acceptable prices are offered. Wed, 02 Oct 2013 00:00:00Joan B. Wood (Johnston County, NC) — Tuesday, October 8, 2013 11:00 amhttp://rawlingsforestry.com/timbersales/2013/wood/Offered for sale is a 44.01 acre stand of mature timber ranging from 44 to 66 years of age. The total sale area of 44.01 acres will be clear-cut of all merchantable timber. Within the timber sale area, pine sawtimber averages 6,767 board feet per acre, pine Chip-N-Saw averages 29.6 tons per acre, and pine fiber averages 53.1 tons per acre. Hardwood was not inventoried. The logging access is via the field adjacent to Jerusalem Church Road. There are no stream side management zones within or near the timber sale. Thu, 19 Sep 2013 00:00:00Eleanor Hair Weaver (Cumberland County, NC) — Tuesday, September 3, 2013 11:00 amhttp://rawlingsforestry.com/timbersales/2013/hair_1/Offered for sale is a twice thinned 35 year old stand of pine timber. The total sale area of 35.8 acres will be clear-cut of all merchantable timber. Within the timber sale area, pine sawtimber averages over 5,882 board feet per acre and 158 board feet per tree. Pine Chip-N-Saw will average 22.2 tons per acre, and pine fiber will contribute and additional 26.4 tons per acre. Hardwood was not inventoried. Stand 1 lies adjacent to Johnson Road and may be accessed from the road. Stand 2 lies behind and across the canal from Stand 1. Stand two will be accessed via a farm path from the front gate of the farm, located on Johnson Road, 1.7 miles from Tabor Church Road. A combination lock with a code of 1226 has been placed on the gate. Please leave the gate as you found it unless you believe you are the last one out in the evening then close and lock it. The canals are considered blue line streams and the top of the canal spoil pile will serve as the SMZ line. Trees may be harvested from the outside slope of the spoil pile, but may not be harvested from either the top of the spoil pile or the inside slopes of the spoil pile. Sat, 17 Aug 2013 00:00:00Patricia T. Brame (Vance County, NC) — Tuesday, March 26, 2013 11:00 amhttp://rawlingsforestry.com/timbersales/2013/brame/Offered for sale is an excellent stand of pine timber, a large portion of which is well drained and loggable at this time. The total sale area exceeds 215 acres of which 183.37 acres will be clear-cut of all merchantable timber and 32.15 acres, located within stream side management zones, will be selectively harvested. Within the 183.37 acre clear-cut portion of the timber sale area, pine sawtimber averages 6,285 board feet per acre, pine chip and saw averages 27.5 tons per acre, and pine fiber averages 21.5 tons per acre. Hardwood sawtimber contributes an additional 288 boardfeet per acre. Additionally, a stream-side management zone, totaling 32.15 acres, will be selectively harvested of the marked trees. (Orange “O”) The logging access is via the farm path from Steinback Jones Road as indicated on the timber sale map. Stream side management zones have been marked on the ground and indicated on the map. Only the timber marked with a large orange “O” is to be harvested from within the stream side management zones. Best Management Practices and applicable River Rules must be followed at all times. Sat, 02 Mar 2013 00:00:00Dennis M. Poythress (Vance County, NC) — Thursday, January 3, 2013 11:00 amhttp://rawlingsforestry.com/timbersales/2013/poythress/Offered for sale is a young stand of pine timber with scattered hardwood totaling 27.85 acres, to be clear-cut of all merchantable timber. Within the timber sale area, pine sawtimber averages 2,888 board feet per acre, pine chip and saw averages 23.4 tons per acre, and pine fiber averages 30.1 tons per acre. Hardwood sawtimber contributes an additional 86 boardfeet per acre. No timber will be harvested from within the stream-side management zones. The logging access is via the farm path from Dick Smith Road as indicated on the timber sale map. A stream side management zone has been marked on the ground and indicated on the map. No trees will be removed from within the streamside management zone. Best Management Practices and applicable River Rules must be followed at all times. Wed, 05 Dec 2012 00:00:00Syliva R. Underhill, John C. Robertson & SJR Development (Wake County, NC) — Summer of 2012http://rawlingsforestry.com/timbersales/2010/underhill/Offered for sale by the consulting forester is a first thinning on 18.4 acres of natural pine and a clear-cut on 1.2 acres of natural pine. This sale is a combination of three ownerships. On tract 1 and 2, parallel thinning corridors approximately 10 feet in width will be harvested on approximate 50 foot centers with the remaining trees thinned from below to a target basal area of 80. All hardwood fiber within the sale area is to be harvested. The larger trees, pine and hardwoods, around the perimeter and adjacent to the pond and drainages are not to be harvested or damaged. Tract 3, the future extension of Marwick Court, is a combination of clear-cut and thinning. The center portion or future road right-of-way will be clear-cut of all standing timber. After the trees on the ROW have been harvested, an additional 50 foot strip of trees will be thinned from below to a BA of 80. The outside edge of the thinning area has been marked with blue flagging. SJR Development accepts responsibility for any and all road damage resulting from logging trucks. This is NOT all weather logging and work will not be permitted on wet soil. Interested buyers should submit unit prices and a tentative start date. Rawlings Consulting Forestry reserves the right to reject any and all offers and may require on-site inspections of previously thinned stands. Thu, 28 Feb 2013 00:00:00Delmon Dewitt Hardee (Johnston County, NC) — Summer of 2012http://rawlingsforestry.com/timbersales/2012/hardee/Offered for sale by the consulting forester is a first thinning of a 29.3 acre loblolly pine plantation. This selective harvest will remove every 5th row. The residual rows will be thinned from below, removing the smaller trees, to a target basal area of 80 square feet. If rows can not be located, use a simulated 5th row thinning by harvesting parallel thinning corridors approximately 10 feet in width on approximate 50 foot centers. Remaining trees thinned from below to a target basal area of 80. Within the stand, do not thin areas dominated by hardwood. Interested buyers should submit unit prices and a tentative start date. Rawlings Consulting Forestry reserves the right to reject any and all offers and may require on-site inspections of previously thinned stands.Tue, 04 Dec 2012 00:00:00Samuel G. & Ann W. Keel (Edgecombe and Martin County, NC) — Thursday, December 6, 2012 11:00 amhttp://rawlingsforestry.com/timbersales/2012/keel/Offered for sale by the consulting forester are two young stands of pine timber with scattered hardwood totaling 78.0 acres, both to be clear-cut of all merchantable timber. Within the total timber sale area, pine sawtimber averages 795 board feet per acre, pine chip and saw averages 13.5 tons per acre, and pine fiber averages 39.9 tons per acre. Hardwood sawtimber contributes an additional 524 boardfeet per acre. No timber will be harvested from within the stream-side management zones. The logging access on the Edgecombe County farm is via a farm path from Hwy 11, located 1.1 miles north of Hwy 64. Logging access for the Martin County farm is also via a farm path f rom Chapman Road, 917 feet from the intersection of Salisbury Road. Both paths are indicated on the timber sale map. Stream side management zones have been marked on the ground or follow the outside edge of the spoil pile and are indicated on the timber sale map. No timber will be harvested from within the stream-side management zones. Best Management Practices and applicable River Rules must be followed at all times.Fri, 16 Nov 2012 00:00:00Billy F. Narron (Johnston County, NC) — Thursday, October 25, 2012 11:00 amhttp://rawlingsforestry.com/timbersales/2012/narron/Offered for sale by the consulting forester is a stand of mixed pine hardwood timber totaling 53.1 acres to be clear-cut of all merchantable timber. Within the timber sale area, red oak sawtimber averages 1,396 board feet per acre, white oak sawtimber averages 605 board feet per acre, and other hardwoods contribute an additional 924 board feet per acre. Pine sawtimber adds an additional 2,606 board feet per acre. A stream-side management zone, totaling 4.6 acres, will be selectively harvested of the marked trees. (Orange “O”) The logging access is via the farm path from Feed Mill Road as indicated on the timber sale map. Please do not block the path when viewing the timber. Stream side management zones have been marked on the ground and indicated on the map. Only the timber marked with a large orange “O” is to be harvested from within the stream side management zones. Best Management Practices and applicable River Rules must be followed at all times. Thu, 04 Oct 2012 23:00:00Jay N. Foster Revocable Trust (Johnston County, NC) — Thursday, October 25, 2012 11:00 amhttp://rawlingsforestry.com/timbersales/2012/foster/Offered for sale by the consulting forester are two stands of timber totaling 43.57 acres to be clear-cut of all merchantable timber. Within the timber sale area, red oak sawtimber averages 930 board feet per acre, white oak sawtimber averages 1,200 board feet per acre, and other hardwoods contribute an additional 1,772 board feet per acre. Pine sawtimber adds an additional 1,463 board feet per acre. A stream-side management zone, totaling 2.51 acres, will be selectively harvested of the marked trees. (Orange “O”) The logging access is via the farm path from Feed Mill Road as indicated on the timber sale map. Please do not block the path when viewing the timber. Stream side management zones have been marked on the ground and indicated on the map. Only the timber marked with a large orange “O” is to be harvested from within the stream side management zones. Best Management Practices and applicable River Rules must be followed at all times. Thu, 04 Oct 2012 22:00:00Phillip E. Parrish (Johnston County, NC) — Thursday, October 25, 2012 11:00 amhttp://rawlingsforestry.com/timbersales/2012/parrish/Offered for sale by the consulting forester is a stand of timber totaling 5.14 acres to be clear-cut of all merchantable timber. Within the timber sale area, red oak sawtimber averages 362 board feet per acre, white oak sawtimber averages 118, yellow poplar averages 1,422 board feet per acre, and other hardwoods contribute an additional 1,571 board feet per acre. A stream-side management zone, totaling 1.7 acres, will be selectively harvested of the marked trees. (Orange “O”) Stream side management zones have been marked on the ground and indicated on the map. Only the timber marked with a large orange “O” is to be harvested from within the stream side management zones. Best Management Practices and applicable River Rules must be followed at all times. Thu, 04 Oct 2012 18:00:00James G. & Eleanor Tutor (Harnett County, NC) — Summer of 2012http://rawlingsforestry.com/timbersales/2012/tutor/Offered for sale by the consulting forester is a first thinning of a 35.9 acre loblolly pine plantation. This selective harvest will remove every 5th row. The residual rows will be thinned from below, removing the smaller trees, to a target basal area of 80 square feet. If rows can not be located, use a simulated 5th row thinning by harvesting parallel thinning corridors approximately 10 feet in width on approximate 50 foot centers. Remaining trees thinned from below to a target basal area of 80. Within the stand, do not thin areas dominated by hardwood. Interested buyers should submit unit prices and a tentative start date. Rawlings Consulting Forestry reserves the right to reject any and all offers and may require on-site inspections of previously thinned stands.Thu, 09 Aug 2012 00:00:00William E. Clark (Cumberland County, NC) — Thursday, June 28, 2012 11:00 amhttp://rawlingsforestry.com/timbersales/2012/clark/Offered for sale by the consulting forester is a stand of mature timber, primarily longleaf pine, totaling 75.3 acres which is to be clear-cut / clean-cut of all merchantable timber. Within the sale area, pine sawtimber, primarily longleaf pine, averages 5,023 board feet per acre and 172 board feet per tree, with pine chip & saw contributing an additional 6.3 tons per acre. Hardwood sawtimber is of typical sandhills quality and consists of yellow poplar, red oak and sweetgum, contributing 133.2 board feet per acre. Additionally, pine fiber contributes 3.1 tons per acre while hardwood fiber will contribute 0.3 tons per acre. No stream-side management zones have been marked on this property. The access to the property is directly from McCloskey Road.Fri, 08 Jun 2012 00:00:00Ruth Moore Glass (Rockingham County, NC) — Tuesday, April 24, 2012 11:00 amhttp://rawlingsforestry.com/timbersales/2012/glass/Offered for sale by the consulting forester is a stand of mature timber totaling 64.56 acres which is to be clear-cut / clean-cut of all merchantable timber. Within the sale area, pine sawtimber, a mixture of virginia and loblolly, averages 989 board feet per acre and 120 board feet per tree, with pine chip & saw contributing an additional 6.7 tons per acre. Hardwood sawtimber includes yellow poplar with 2,022 board feet per acre, red oak with 782 board feet per acre, hickory with 530 board feet per acre and white oak with 335 board feet per acre. All hardwood sawtimber contributes a total of 4,326 board feet per acre. Additionally, pine fiber will contribute 11 tons per acre while hardwood fiber will contribute 12 tons per acre. A stream-side management zone adjacent to the Haw River has been marked on the ground as indicated on the map. No trees will be removed from within the stream side management zone. The access to the property is via the deeded easement and farm path from the end of the public portion of Obryant Road. At the end of Obryant road where it becomes a private dirt road, the easement goes straight off the end of the public road on what looks like a private drive-way. The path will go in front of a two story house with covered porch, behind the second house, then adjacent to a pasture before entering the property. Timber sale signs will point the way.Mon, 02 Apr 2012 00:00:00Annie Merritt Thomas (Wake County, NC) — Tuesday, March 27, 2012 11:00 amhttp://rawlingsforestry.com/timbersales/2012/thomas/Offered for sale by the consulting forester is a stand of high quality pine timber totaling 15.7 acres. The majority of this timber, totaling 11.2 acres, will be clear-cut of all merchantable timber. Additionally, stream-side management zones, totaling 4.5 acres, will be selectively harvested of the marked trees. Within the clear-cut portion of the sale area, pine sawtimber averages 11,893 board feet per acre and 244 board feet per tree with pine chip & saw contributing an additional 11.3 tons per acre. Hardwood sawtimber totals 1,139 board feet per acre. Within the stream-side management zones, an additional 96 pines have been marked for harvest totaling 41,100 board feet with an average of 428 board feet per tree. Wed, 07 Mar 2012 00:00:00Curtis Eugene Hinton & James Doyt Hinton, Jr. (Johnston County, NC) — Thursday, December 29, 2011 11:00 amhttp://rawlingsforestry.com/timbersales/2011/hinton/Offered for sale by the consulting forester are two blocks of timber totaling 30.3 acres. The majority of this timber, totaling 26.6 acres, will be clear-cut of all merchantable timber. Additionally, stream-side management zones, totaling 1.9 acres, will be selectively harvested of the marked trees and a longleaf area, 1.8 acres, will be selectively harvested to protect the longleaf. Within the clear-cut portion of the sale area, pine sawtimber averages 3,028 board feet per acre and 231 board feet per tree with pine chip & saw contributing an additional 2.4 tons per acre and pine fiber providing 6.75 tons per acre. Hardwood sawtimber totals 2,368 board feet per acre with hardwood fiber providing 12.7 tons per acre. Mon, 12 Dec 2011 00:00:00Wayne D. & Sarah P. Reynolds (Buncombe County, NC) — Wednesday, September 14, 2011 5:00 pmhttp://rawlingsforestry.com/timbersales/2011/reynolds/Offered for sale by the consulting forest sale is a stand of timber totaling 49.33 acres, to be clear-cut of all merchantable timber. Within the timber sale area, yellow poplar sawtimber averages 3,014 board feet per acre and 163 board feet per tree, red oak, white oak, and other hardwoods contributing an additional 1,731 board feet per acre. Hardwood fiber provides 12.6 tons per acre.Mon, 29 Aug 2011 00:00:00Susan C. Edwards & Dene C. Castleberry (Johnston County, NC) — Thursday, August 18, 2011 11:00 amhttp://rawlingsforestry.com/timbersales/2011/castleberry/Offered for sale by the consulting forester arethree quality stands of timber totaling 62.771 acres. The majority of this timber, totaling 57.384 acres, will be clear-cut of all merchantable timber. Additionally, stream-side management zones, totaling 5.387 acres, will be selectively harvested of the marked trees. Within the clear-cut portion of the sale area, pine sawtimber averages 4,657 board feet per acre and 174 board feet per tree with pine chip & saw contributing an additional 14.1 tons per acre and pine fiber providing 22.4 tons per acre. Hardwood sawtimber totals 1,877 board feet per acre with hardwood fiber providing 9.9 tons per acre.Sun, 31 Jul 2011 00:00:00Thomas T. Bridges, Kenneth D. Bridges, Laura Ann Bridges & Linda B. Rattelade (Johnston County, NC) — Thursday, August 18, 2011 11:00 amhttp://rawlingsforestry.com/timbersales/2011/bridges/Offered for sale by the consulting forest is a stand of quality timber totaling 24.81 acres. The majority of this timber, totaling 23.63 acres, will be clear-cut of all merchantable timber. Additionally, a stream-side management zone, totaling 1.17 acres, will be selectively harvested of the marked trees. Within the clear-cut portion of the sale area, pine sawtimber averages 3,696 board feet per acre and 171 board feet per tree with pine chip & saw contributing an additional 16.6 tons per acre and pine fiber providing 27.2 tons per acre. Hardwood sawtimber totals 3,054 board feet per acre with hardwood fiber providing 7.0 tons per acre. Sat, 30 Jul 2011 00:00:00Pauline J Gentry Estate (Granville County, NC) — Thursday, May 5, 2011 11:00 amhttp://rawlingsforestry.com/timbersales/2011/gentry/Offered for sale is a quality stand of timber totaling 10.682 acres. The primary harvesting area, totaling 7.262 acres, will be clear-cut of all merchantable timber. Additionally, a stream-side management zone, totaling 3.42 acres, will be selectively harvested of the marked trees. (Orange “O”) Within the clear-cut portion of the sale area, Pine sawtimber averages 7,493 board feet per acre and 261 board feet per tree with pine chip & saw contributing an additional 5.5 tons per acre. Hardwood sawtimber totals 3,503 board feet per acre with hardwood fiber providing 10.3 tons per acre. Thu, 14 Apr 2011 00:00:00Paul H. Howard (Johnston County, NC) — Winter of 2011http://rawlingsforestry.com/timbersales/2011/howard/Offered for sale by the consulting forester is a first thinning on 14.47 acres of loblolly pine plantation and a clear-cut on 6.51 acres of natural pine. The thinning portion of this sale, to be accessed from Hwy 42, will consist of a harvest that removes every third row. Trees in the remaining two rows are to be thinned from below to a target basal area of 80. All hardwood fiber within the sale area is to be harvested. The clear-cut portion this sale will be accessed from Creech Church Road. Interested buyers should submit unit prices and a tentative start date. Rawlings Consulting Forestry reserves the right to reject any and all offers and may require on-site inspections of previously thinned stands.Fri, 07 Jan 2011 00:00:00Hattie Sue Paylor Estate, et al. (Person County, NC) — Fall of 2010http://rawlingsforestry.com/timbersales/2010/paylor/This timber was not sold at the sealed bid sale on July 15! At that time, the minimum acceptable bid has not received and all bids were rejected. Rawlings Consulting Forestry will continue to accept bids until a satisfactory offer is received or until the timber is rebid in the fall of 2010 or the winter of 2011. After the new bid date has been set this fall or winter, the normal bidding process will resume and all bids must be received as customary sealed bids as of the new date of sale. If you wish to have this all weather tract this winter when it gets wet, act now. Offered for sale are two areas of timber totaling 70.413 acres. The primary timber sale area, containing 63.421 acres is to be clear-cut of all merchantable timber. Pine sawtimber, a mixture of loblolly, shortleaf and virginia averages 1,814 board feet per acre and 153 board feet per tree, with pine chip & saw contributing an additional 18.5 tons per acre. Hardwood sawtimber includes yellow poplar with 2,350 board feet per acre, red oak with 972 board feet per acre, and white oak with 186 board feet per acre. All hardwood sawtimber contributes a total of 4,136 board feet per acre. Additionally, pine fiber will contribute 21 tons per acre while hardwood fiber will contribute 15 tons per acre. A secondary sale area totaling 6.992 acres and comprised primarily of pre-commercial sized old-field pine and hardwood is available to loggers utilizing whole-tree chippers. Loggers utilizing a whole-tree chipper on site may harvest all trees from within the secondary sale area. Loggers without a whole-tree chipper are prohibited from entering the secondary sale area with equipment or harvesting trees from within this area.Mon, 09 May 2011 00:00:00AAKC Holdings, LLC (Wilson County, NC) — Fall of 2010http://rawlingsforestry.com/timbersales/2010/ellis/Offered for sale by the consulting forester is a first and second thinning of a 45.08 acre loblolly pine plantation. This selective harvest will remove every 5th row. The residual rows will be thinned from below, removing the smaller trees, to a target basal area of 80 square feet. If rows can not be located, use a simulated 5th row thinning by harvesting parallel thinning corridors approximately 10 feet in width on approximate 50 foot centers. Remaining trees thinned from below to a target basal area of 80. Within the stand, do not thin areas dominated by hardwood. This is NOT all weather logging and work will not be permitted on wet soil. Interested buyers should submit unit prices and a tentative start date. Rawlings Consulting Forestry reserves the right to reject any and all offers and may require on-site inspections of previously thinned stands. Sat, 08 Jan 2011 00:00:00Arthur & Celeste Brown (Warren County, NC) — Fall of 2010http://rawlingsforestry.com/timbersales/2010/brown/Offered for sale by the consulting foresterare four blocks of timber totaling 36.382 acres. Three of the blocks, totaling 34.741 acres, will be clear-cut of all merchantable timber with a fourth block of 1.641 acres, thinned from below to a basal area of approximately 80 square feet. Pine sawtimber averages 862 board feet per acre and 205 board feet per tree with pine chip & saw contributing an additional 1.0 ton per acre. Hardwood sawtimber totals 2,524 board feet per acre with hardwood fiber providing 9.7 tons per acre.Tue, 16 Nov 2010 00:00:00Julian R. Stewart & Phyllis D. Stewart (Johnston County, NC) — Fall of 2010http://rawlingsforestry.com/timbersales/2010/stewart/Offered for sale by the consulting forester is a first thinning on 23.32 acres of natural pine. Within the stand, parallel thinning corridors approximately 10 feet in width will be harvested on approximate 50 foot centers with the remaining trees thinned from below to a target basal area of 80. Corridors are to be orientated perpendicular to the fields, allowing the skidders to enter the fields before turning. All hardwood fiber within the sale area is to be harvested. The loading deck is to be placed in the field as indicated or in a location approved by Rawlings Consulting Forestry. This is NOT all weather logging and work will not be permitted on wet soil. Interested buyers should submit unit prices and a tentative start date. Rawlings Consulting Forestry reserves the right to reject any and all offers and may require on-site inspections of previously thinned stands. Mon, 20 Sep 2010 00:00:00Tommie & Elizabeth Jones (Johnston County, NC) — Thursday, August 19, 2010 11:00 amhttp://rawlingsforestry.com/timbersales/2010/jones/Offered for sale are two areas of above average quality timber totaling 18.039 acres. The primary timber sale area, containing 13.489 acres is to be clear-cut of all merchantable timber. Pine sawtimber averages 12,798 board feet per acre and 217 board feet per tree, with pine chip & saw contributing an additional 15.6 tons per acre. Hardwood sawtimber includes yellow poplar with 1,331 board feet per acre and sweetgum with 328 board feet per acre. All hardwood sawtimber contributes a total of 1,749 board feet per acre. Additionally, pine fiber will contribute 3.6 tons per acre while hardwood fiber will contribute 6.2 tons per acre. A secondary sale area consisting of the stream side management zones and totaling 4.55 acres is to be selectively harvested in accordance with the Neuse River Rules. Trees to be harvested from within this area have been marked with a large orange “O”. It is important to note that paint from previous inventories can be found on every tree within the SMZ and these painted trees should not be confused with the trees to be harvested. Within the SMZ, pine sawtimber averages 2,766 board feet per acre and 329 board feet per tree. Hardwood sawtimber is dominated by yellow poplar with 1,215 board feet per acre and sweetgum with 1,167 board feet per acre. All hardwood sawtimber contributes a total of 2,605 board feet per acre. Wed, 28 Jul 2010 11:15:00Jeffery L. Adams (Johnston County, NC) — Spring of 2010http://rawlingsforestry.com/timbersales/2010/adams2/Offered for sale by the consulting forester is a first thinning on 40.03 acres of loblolly pine plantation. This stand was established on a 8 foot by 10 foot spacing and is currently 19 years of age. This selective harvest will remove every 5th row. The residual rows will be thinned from below, removing the smaller trees, to a target basal area of 80 square feet. All hardwood fiber within the sale area is to be harvested. Interested buyers should submit unit prices and a tentative start date. Rawlings Consulting Forestry reserves the right to reject any and all offers and may require on-site inspections of previously thinned stands.Wed, 12 May 2010 07:31:00Carol & Larry Trammel (Lenoir County, NC) — Thursday, May 27, 2010 11:00 amhttp://rawlingsforestry.com/timbersales/2010/trammel/Offered for sale by the consulting forester is a two age-class stand of timber totaling 15.198 acres. The older trees, residual of the last harvest 30-40 years ago, contain a high percentage of grade quality lumber with the younger stand containing average quality. The entire area, 15.198 acres, is to be clear-cut. Within the timber sale area pine sawtimber averages 5,941 board feet per acre and 216 board feet per tree with pine chip & saw contributing an additional 9.4 tons per acre. Hardwood sawtimber totals 884 board feet per acre with hardwood fiber providing 14.6 tons per acre.Thu, 29 Apr 2010 20:51:00Richard and Tammy Clark (Cumberland County, NC) — Thursday, May 20, 2010 11:00 amhttp://rawlingsforestry.com/timbersales/2010/clark/Offered for sale by the consulting forester is a small stand of high quality mature timber totaling 10.123 acres. The majority of the area, 6.249 acres, will be clear-cut. The remainder of the area, 3.873 acres, is located within a visual buffer and will be selectively harvested of the marked trees. Within the timber sale area including the selective cut buffer, pine sawtimber averages 14,096 board feet per acre and 307 board feet per tree with pine chip & saw contributing an additional 6.8 tons per acre. Hardwood sawtimber totals 377 board feet per acre with hardwood fiber providing 4 tons per acre.Wed, 21 Apr 2010 11:44:00Margaret R. Russ (Robeson County, NC) — Winter of 2010http://rawlingsforestry.com/timbersales/2010/russ/Offered for sale by the consulting forester is a 30.9 acre stand of old-field loblolly on well drained soil that may be considered all weather logging. The timber within the sale area is approximately 27 years of age and low quality. Inventory data is not yet available but will be prior to harvesting. Interested buyers should submit unit prices and a tentative start date. Rawlings Consulting Forestry reserves the right to reject any and all offers and may require on-site inspections of previously harvested stands. Due to current unique market situation, this sale may be closed when acceptable prices are offered.Fri, 19 Feb 2010 08:37:00Jeffery L. Adams (Johnston County, NC) — Thursday, January 7, 2010 11:00 amhttp://rawlingsforestry.com/timbersales/2010/adams/Offered for sale by the consulting forester is a small well drained, hilltop stand of timber totaling 19.2 acres. The majority of the area, 17.6 acres, will be clear-cut. The remainder of the area, 1.5 acres, is located within the stream side management zone and will be selectively harvested. Within the clear-cut portion of the timber sale area, pine sawtimber averages 4,724 board feet per acre and 197 board feet per tree with pine chip & saw contributing an additional 6.8 tons per acre. Hardwood sawtimber totals 185 board feet per acre with hardwood fiber providing 4.8 tons per acre.Sun, 06 Dec 2009 14:45:00Joan B. Wood (Johnston County, NC) — Fall of 2009http://rawlingsforestry.com/timbersales/2009/wood/Offered for sale by the consulting forester is a first thinning on 22.6 acres of natural pine, 40 years of age. Within the stand, perpendicular thinning corridors approximately 10 feet in width will be harvested on approximate 50 foot centers with the remaining trees thinned from below to a target basal area of 80. All hardwood fiber within the sale area is to be harvested. This is NOT all weather logging and work will not be permitted on wet soil. Interested buyers should submit unit prices and a tentative start date. Rawlings Consulting Forestry reserves the right to reject any and all offers and may require on-site inspections of previously thinned stands.Fri, 18 Sep 2009 15:36:00General Utilities, Inc. (Harnett County, NC) — Fall of 2009http://rawlingsforestry.com/timbersales/2009/general_utilities/Offered for sale by the consulting forester is a first thinning on 104.341 acres of loblolly pine plantation. This stand was established on a 8 foot by 10 foot spacing and is currently 19 years of age. This selective harvest will remove every 5th row. The residual rows will be thinned from below, removing the smaller trees, to a target basal area of 80 square feet. All hardwood fiber within the sale area is to be harvested. This is NOT all weather logging and work will not be permitted on wet soil. Interested buyers should submit unit prices and a tentative start date. Rawlings Consulting Forestry reserves the right to reject any and all offers and may require on-site inspections of previously thinned stands.Mon, 14 Sep 2009 00:00:01Nancy McCrea (Warren County, NC) — Spring of 2009http://rawlingsforestry.com/timbersales/2009/mccrea/Offered for sale by the consulting forester is a first thinning on 31.21 acres of natural pine. Within the stand, perpendicular thinning corridors approximately 12 feet in width will be harvested on approximate 36 foot centers with the remaining trees thinned from below to a target basal area of 80. All hardwood fiber within the sale area is to be harvested. Interested buyers should submit unit prices and a tentative start date. Rawlings Consulting Forestry reserves the right to reject any and all offers and reserves the right to inspect previously thinned stands.Wed, 20 May 2009 15:05:00Sue Johnson Oxendine (Johnston County, NC) — Tuesday, April 21, 2009 11:00 amhttp://rawlingsforestry.com/timbersales/2009/johnson/Offered for sale by the consulting forester sale is a small stand of timber totaling 16.5 acres. The timber sale is to be clear-cut and may be accessed via an old woods path from Medlin Road. Within the timber sale area, pine sawtimber averages 693 board feet per acre and 111 board feet per tree with pine chip&saw contributing an additional ton per acre. Hardwood sawtimber totals 1,742 board feet per acre with hardwood fiber providing 9.3 tons per acre.Thu, 02 Apr 2009 18:26:00Eleanor G. Hair (Cumberland County, NC) — Spring of 2009http://rawlingsforestry.com/timbersales/2009/hair/Offered for sale by the consulting forester is a first thinning on 14.274 acres of loblolly pine plantation. This stand was established on a 8 foot by 10 foot spacing and is currently 14 years of age. This selective harvest will remove every 5th row. The residual rows will be thinned from below, removing the smaller trees, to a target basal area of 80 square feet. All hardwood fiber within the sale area is to be harvested. Interested buyers should submit unit prices and a tentative start date. Rawlings Consulting Forestry reserves the right to reject any and all offers and may require on-site inspections of previously thinned stands.Wed, 11 Feb 2009 15:22:00Marsha G. Wetherington (Onslow County, NC) — Spring of 2009http://rawlingsforestry.com/timbersales/2009/wetherington/Offered for sale by the consulting forester is a first thinning on 19.99 acres of loblolly pine plantation. This stand was established on single pass bedded rows with a 7 foot by 8 foot spacing and is currently 28 years of age. The basal area is ranging from 160 to 190 square feet. This selective harvest will remove every 3rd row. The residual rows will be thinned from below, removing the smaller trees, to a target basal area of 80 square feet. All hardwood fiber within the sale area is to be harvested. Interested buyers should submit unit prices and a tentative start date. Rawlings Consulting Forestry reserves the right to reject any and all offers and may require on-site inspections of previously thinned stands.Tue, 10 Feb 2009 18:12:00Ivey Pittman (Johnston County, NC) — Winter of 2009http://rawlingsforestry.com/timbersales/2009/pittman/Offered for sale by the consulting forester is a first thinning on 27.231 acres of pine consisting of a 21.607 acre natural pine stand and a 5.624 acre CRP pine plantation. Within the natural stand, perpendicular thinning corridors approximately 12 feet in width will be harvested on approximate 50 foot centers with the remaining trees thinned from below to a target basal area of 80. Within the CRP plantation, every third row will be harvested. All hardwood fiber within the sale area is to be harvested. Interested buyers should submit unit prices and a tentative start date. Rawlings Consulting Forestry reserves the right to reject any and all offers and may require on-site inspections of previously thinned stands.Fri, 11 Jul 2008 12:19:00TT&E Iron and Metals (Wake County, NC) — Friday, August 8, 2008 11:00 amhttp://rawlingsforestry.com/timbersales/2008/tte/Offered for sale by the consulting forester is a clear-cut timber harvest on 7.4 acres of high quality, old growth, mature pine timber. This harvest will remove 100% of the merchantable timber in preparation for the facility expansion and site development of TT&E Iron and Metals. Site plans have been approved by the Town of Garner Planning Department and the Board of Alderman. Erosion control will be the responsibility of TT&E, to be approved by and conducted in accordance with Wake County regulations. The timber sale area has been surveyed and staked. A tree protection fence will be installed at the expense of TT&E prior to timber harvesting. Only that timber located within the timber sale area as indicated on the timber sale map dated July 8, 2008 prepared by Rawlings Consulting Forestry is to be part of this timber sale. All trees and timber not located within the sale area as indicated on the map or within the tree protection areas are to remain the property of TT&E Iron and Metals and are not to be harvested, cut or damaged. There is no "Place of Sale". All bids must be in writing and received in the office of Rawlings Consulting Forestry by mail, fax or email no later than 11:00 A.M., August 8, 2008. Phone bids will not be accepted for this sale. Each bid must clearly indicate unit prices by species, product and mill destination. Rawlings Consulting Forestry reserves the right to reject any and all offers and may require on-site inspections of previously harvested areas.Fri, 11 Jul 2008 12:00:00Ted & Rosemary Roberts (Wake County, NC) — Thursday, June 5, 2008 11:00 amhttp://rawlingsforestry.com/timbersales/2008/roberts/Offered for sale by the consulting forester is a small stand of timber totaling 4.9 acres. The timber sale is to be clear-cut and may be accessed via a farm path from Eagle Rock Road, through the pasture. Within the timber sale area, pine sawtimber averages over 3,191 board feet per acre and 177 board feet per tree with pine chip and saw contributing an additional 14.4 tons per acre.Fri, 16 May 2008 19:49:00Andrews Road Company (Cumberland County, NC) — Spring of 2008http://rawlingsforestry.com/timbersales/2008/andrewsroad3/Offered for sale by the consulting forester is a selective timber harvest on 99.7 acres of mature pine timber. This harvest will remove 100% of the pole and piling quality timber. The remaining timber will be marked by Rawlings Consulting Forestry with "leave" trees, not to be sold, harvested or damaged. The "leave" trees will consist of a uniform selection of varying diameters, primarily pine, to provide the appearance of a natural stand with a residual basal area of 40 to 50 square feet. Known RCW cavity trees within the sale area will not be harvested or purposefully damaged. Only that area as indicated on attached map dated May 7, 2008 as prepared by Rawlings Consulting Forestry is to be a part of this timber sale. All "leave" trees and timber not located within the sale area as indicated on the map are to remain the property of Andrews Road Company and are not to be harvested, cut or damaged. Hardwood will be harvested only to facilitate access and the harvesting of pine. Rawlings Consulting Forestry reserves the right to reject any and all offers and may require on-site inspections of previously thinned stands.Tue, 13 May 2008 09:36:00Andrews Road Company (Cumberland County, NC) — Winter of 2008http://rawlingsforestry.com/timbersales/2008/andrewsroad2/Offered for sale by the consulting forester is a selective timber harvest on 106.1 acres of mature pine timber. This harvest will remove 100% of the pole and piling quality timber. The remaining timber will be marked by Rawlings Consulting Forestry with "leave" trees, not to be sold, harvested or damaged. The "leave" trees will consist of a uniform selection of varying diameters, primarily pine, to provide the appearance of a natural stand with a residual basal area of 40 to 50 square feet. Known RCW cavity trees within the sale area will not be harvested or purposefully damaged. Only that area as indicated on attached map dated February 14, 2008 as prepared by Rawlings Consulting Forestry is to be a part of this timber sale. All "leave" trees and timber not located within the sale area as indicated on the map are to remain the property of Andrews Road Company and are not to be harvested, cut or damaged. Hardwood will be harvested only to facilitate access and the harvesting of pine. Rawlings Consulting Forestry reserves the right to reject any and all offers and may require on-site inspections of previously thinned stands.Sun, 24 Feb 2008 12:53:00Andrews Road Company (Cumberland County, NC) — Thursday, January 31, 2008 11:00 amhttp://rawlingsforestry.com/timbersales/2008/andrewsroad/Offered for sale by the consulting forester is a stand of mature pine timber totaling 46.432 acres. This area will become the Department of Transportation right-of-way for the I-295/Fayetteville Outer Loop. With the exception of normal stream side management zones, the entire timber sale is to be clear-cut and may be accessed via a farm path from Andrews Road. Within the timber sale area, pine sawtimber averages over 4,291 board feet per acre and 163 board feet per tree. Mon, 28 Jan 2008 13:53:00Scott Wester (Harnett County, NC) — Winter of 2008http://rawlingsforestry.com/timbersales/2008/wester/Offered for sale by the consulting forester is a first thinning on 36.575 acres of loblolly pine plantation. The timber sale area consists of eight individual stands, varying in both age and spacing. The timber to be removed will vary by stand and may include 3rd, 4th and 5th row thinning with a targeted residual stem count between 175 and 250 dominate trees per acre, dependent on age and spacing. All hardwood fiber within the sale area is to be harvested. Interested buyers should submit unit prices and a tentative start date. Rawlings Consulting Forestry reserves the right to reject any and all offers and may require on-site inspections of previously thinned stands.Mon, 21 Jan 2008 10:18:00Patrick H. Johnson, Thurman Ray Johnson & Jan J. Johnson (Wake County, NC) — Tuesday, December 18, 2007 11:00 amhttp://rawlingsforestry.com/timbersales/2007/johnson/Offered for sale by the consulting forester are several blocks of timber totaling 24.373 acres. The entire timber sale is to be clear-cut and may be accessed via the farm path and deeded easement from SR 2389 in Carroll Heights subdivision. Within the timber sale area, pine sawtimber averages over 2,040 board feet per acre and 204 board feet per tree. The hardwood sawtimber contributes an additional 2,777 board feet per acres and averages 79 board feet per tree. Mon, 26 Nov 2007 09:17:00Ivey Pittman, Irving Pittman, Steven Lee, Janet Thomason, Frances Moore & Dianne Creech (Johnston County, NC) — Tuesday, May 22, 2007 11:00 amhttp://rawlingsforestry.com/timbersales/2007/pittman/Offered for sale by the consulting forester are eight blocks of primarily mature timber totaling 48.092 acres. The entire timber sale is to be clear-cut and may be accessed via farm paths from Highway 39. Within the timber sale area, pine sawtimber averages over 5,602 board feet per acre and 167 board feet per tree. The hardwood sawtimber is of a lesser quality and averages 468 board feet per acre and 74 board feet per tree. Fri, 27 Apr 2007 17:22:00William Wright Estate (Wake County, NC) — Tuesday, May 15, 2007 11:00 amhttp://rawlingsforestry.com/timbersales/2007/wright/Offered for sale is a block of timber totaling 12.62 acres. Timber quality varies from old field pine adjacent to Morphus Bridge Road, through a slight bottom contain hardwood, to quality pine in the rear of the the property. With the exception of the SMZ from which no timber will be harvested, the entire timber sale area is to be clear-cut and may be accessed from SR 2349 also known as Morphus Bridge Road. Within the entire timber sale area, pine sawtimber averages over 3,243 board feet per acre and 177 board feet per tree. The hardwood sawtimber is of lesser quality, averaging an additional 2,090 board feet per acre. Wed, 25 Apr 2007 09:14:00Elm Grove Farm (Johnston County, NC) — Thursday, November 16, 2006 11:00 amhttp://rawlingsforestry.com/timbersales/2006/elmgrove2/Offered for sale are several blocks of quality, mature pine timber totaling 6.0 acres. With the exception of the SMZ's, the entire timber sale is to be clear-cut and may be accessed via the farm paths and pasture from SR 1330 or Raleigh Road. Within the timber sale area, pine sawtimber averages over 15,280 board feet per acre and 308 board feet per tree. The hardwood sawtimber is of lesser quality, averaging an additional 1,326 board feet per acre. Tue, 24 Oct 2006 20:16:00Mrs. Rosaline Mazzeo (Wake County, NC) — Thursday, November 9, 2006 11:00 amhttp://rawlingsforestry.com/timbersales/2006/mazzeo/Offered for sale is a small, but excellent stand of mature pine timber totaling 3.8 acres. The timber sale is to be clear-cut and may be accessed via a farm path from Hwy 64 Business, also know as Wendell Boulevard, or via a field on Marshburn Road. Within the timber sale area, pine sawtimber averages over 10,872 board feet per acre and 279 board feet per tree. The hardwood sawtimber is of lesser quality, averaging over 1,180 board feet per acre.Wed, 18 Oct 2006 07:18:00Elm Grove Farm (Johnston County, NC) — Fall of 2006http://rawlingsforestry.com/timbersales/2006/elmgrove/Offered for sale is a first thinning on a 31 year old, 14.04 acre pine plantation. Every 3rd row will be harvested with the remaining 2 rows thinned from below to a target basal area of 70, leaving residual dominate trees on an approximate 24 foot spacing. All hardwood fiber located within the sale area is to be harvested. Viewing this timber requires access through electrified livestock fences and buyers are requested to provide advance notice and leave all gates as found. Interested buyers should submit unit prices and a tentative start date. Rawlings Consulting Forestry reserves the right to reject any and all offers and may require on-site inspections of previously thinned stands.Tue, 03 Oct 2006 08:45:00Dr. Glenn E. Hair (Cumberland County, NC) — Thursday, June 22, 2006 11:00 amhttp://rawlingsforestry.com/timbersales/2006/hair/Offered for sale is a stand of mature pine and mixed hardwood timber totaling 66.629 acres. Within the timber sale area, pine sawtimber averages over 2,848 board feet per acre and 279 board feet per tree. The hardwood sawtimber is dominated by high quality cherrybark oak averaging over 1,496 board feet per acre and 427 board feet per tree. Other species, including red oak, green ash, black walnut, sycamore, hackberry, hickory, red maple and sweetgum, add an additional 3,592 board feet per acre.Tue, 15 Aug 2006 21:40:00James A. and Judith M. Robb (Franklin County, NC) — Thursday, February 16, 2006 11:00 amhttp://rawlingsforestry.com/timbersales/2006/robb/Offered for sale is a quality stand of mature timber totaling 17.164 acres. Pine sawtimber averages over 9,767 board feet per acre with an additional 5.9 tons per acre of pine chip & saw. Hardwood sawtimber includes Red Oak, Sweetgum, and Yellow Poplar. The hardwood sawtimber averages 1,800 board feet per acre.Tue, 15 Aug 2006 09:42:00Dr. Glenn E. Hair (Cumberland County, NC) — Winter of 2005http://rawlingsforestry.com/timbersales/2005/hair2/Offered for sale is a first thinning on a 123.3 acre pine plantation. Portions of this plantation were unsuccessful resulting in an abundance of low grade hardwood. Every 5th row will be harvested with the remaining 4 rows thinned from below to a basal area of 75. All hardwood located within the sale area is to be harvested and whole tree chipped. Viewing this timber requires access through two locked gates. Buyers are requested to provide a one day notice to ensure gates are unlocked. Interest buyers should submit unit prices and a tentative start date. Rawlings Consulting Forestry reserves the right to reject any and all offers and may require on-site inspections of previously thinned stands.Sun, 01 May 2005 18:00:00Mrs. Anne H. Murray (Nash County, NC) — Tuesday, November 15, 2005 11:00 amhttp://rawlingsforestry.com/timbersales/2005/murray2/Offered for sale are two areas of mature timber totaling 8.6 acres. The larger area, containing 4.716 acres, may be accessed directly from SR 1403. The smaller area, containing 3.887 acres, may be accessed via a farm path through the pasture. Both areas are comprised primarily of mature pine with a scattering of hardwood. Over the total sale area, pine saw timber averages over 6,708 board feet per acre and 222 board feet per tree. Additionally, pine chip and saw will average 3.5 tons per acre while pine fiber will average 9.8 tons per acre.Sun, 01 May 2005 17:00:00Dr. Glenn E. Hair (Cumberland County, NC) — Thursday, November 3, 2005 11:00 amhttp://rawlingsforestry.com/timbersales/2005/hair/Offered for sale are two areas of timber totaling 20.192 acres. The primary area, 19.8 acres, contains a mix of quality pine and lesser quality plantation pine. The smaller area, 0.38 acres, contains mature pine adjacent to a canal. Over the combined sale area, pine saw timber averages over 5,456 board feet per acre and 262 board feet per tree. Additionally, pine chip and saw will average 6.2 tons per acre while pine fiber will average 9.8 tons per acre.Sun, 01 May 2005 16:00:00James F. Allen (Johnston County, NC) — Fall of 2005http://rawlingsforestry.com/timbersales/2005/allen/Offered for sale is a first thinning on a 12.7 acre pine plantation with an original spacing around 8 feet by 8 foot. Every 5th row will be harvested with the remaining 4 rows thinned from below to a basal area of 80. Interest buyers should submit unit prices and a tentative start date. Rawlings Consulting Forestry reserves the right to reject any and all offers and may require on-site inspections of previously thinned stands.Sun, 01 May 2005 15:00:00Mrs. Anne H. Murray (Nash County, NC) — Fall of 2005http://rawlingsforestry.com/timbersales/2005/murray/Offered for sale is a first thinning on a 59.23 acre pine plantation with an original spacing around 8 feet by 8 foot. Every 5th row will be harvested with the remaining 4 rows thinned from below to a basal area of 80. Interest buyers should submit unit prices and a tentative start date. Rawlings Consulting Forestry reserves the right to reject any and all offers and may require on-site inspections of previously thinned stands.Sun, 01 May 2005 14:00:00Albert & Elizabeth Newsome (Wake County, NC) — Thursday, July 14, 2005 11:00 amhttp://rawlingsforestry.com/timbersales/2005/newsome/Offered for sale is an area of standing timber totaling 12.363 acres. Pine sawtimber averages 5.8 tons per acre with an additional 7.8 tons per acre of pine chip & saw. Hardwood sawtimber consists primarily of Sweetgum and Yellow Poplar. The hardwood sawtimber averages 1,558 board feet per acre.Sun, 01 May 2005 13:00:00Margaret R. Russ & J. Glenn Riddle (Robeson County, NC) — Tuesday, June 7, 2005 5:00 pmhttp://rawlingsforestry.com/timbersales/2005/russ_riddle/Offered for sale are multiple areas of timber totaling 35.427 acres. All areas are to be clear-cut. Sun, 01 May 2005 12:00:00