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  1. 09 December 2014

    Apple pie, games of touch football, grilled burgers in the backyard—who ever said traditions are a bad thing? There's something meaningful about doing things the way they've always been done, especially when logging has been in the family for multiple generations. It's quite convenient to walk down the beaten path and follow in the footsteps of those who pioneered the way for you; however, habits sometimes prevent growth.

  2. 09 December 2014

    When standing on the edge of the forest, it can be a little overwhelming to find a starting point—the same is true of the beginning of a career. Turning "dreams into reality" or "passions into paychecks" are great ambitions, but if you're discovering that those are easier said than done, you're not alone. The logging business requires a unique drive, motivation, and work ethic, and pairing that young ambition with some seasoned expertise can set you well on your way to success.

  3. 09 December 2014

    When standing on the edge of the forest, it can be a little overwhelming to find a starting point—the same is true of the beginning of a career. Turning "dreams into reality" or "passions into paychecks" are great ambitions, but if you're discovering that those are easier said than done, you're not alone. The logging business requires a unique drive, motivation, and work ethic, and pairing that young ambition with some seasoned expertise can set you well on your way to success.

  4. 09 December 2014

    When standing on the edge of the forest, it can be a little overwhelming to find a starting point—the same is true of the beginning of a career. Turning "dreams into reality" or "passions into paychecks" are great ambitions, but if you're discovering that those are easier said than done, you're not alone. The logging business requires a unique drive, motivation, and work ethic, and pairing that young ambition with some seasoned expertise can set you well on your way to success.

  5. 12 November 2014

    Diesel-fuel quality can vary dramatically from source to source and even day to day. Fuel conditioners can bring most any diesel fuel up to acceptable standards. Available in summer and winter formulas, you can use John Deere Fuel-Protect Diesel Fuel Conditioner year-round to improve fuel quality and maximize engine performance.

  6. 17 October 2014

    On a bright and early March morning, Terri Hensley, Service Administrator at Stribling Equipment in Texarkana, Arkansas, answered a phone call from frantic customer, Mike McCoy. Mike was calling to let someone know his skidder had been stolen.

  7. 13 October 2014
    Looking for an easy way to connect with potential customers and share what you do? Social media gives you the ability to create awareness of both your business and the growing forestry industry. As younger generations enter the workforce and as people use more technology to connect with each other, using social media is a great way to interact with customers and spread the word about the importance and value of logging.
  8. 13 October 2014
    Sky-high oil prices are making the cost of fuel an increasingly significant part of every logger's budget. Whether your operation includes just a few machines or a fleet of a few dozen, fuel saving practices can have a big impact on your bottom line.
  9. 13 October 2014

    Hook a John Deere Skid Steer up to a Worksite PRO snow attachment – such as a broom, bucket, snow blower, or snow pusher – and transform it into a winter wonder.

  10. 03 October 2014

    As a child, Tyler Webb watched his grandfather use oxen to pull logs out of the woods, and knew one day he would follow in those footsteps. After obtaining an industrial forestry degree from Paul Smith’s college in Western New York, Webb is now certified through the New Hampshire Certified Loggers program, making his childhood dream a reality.

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