What is a liquid product of wood that is used in mixing paints?
What percent of the land area in Kentucky is commercial forest?
What are the 4 species of trees most used for pulp products?
Pine, spruce, hemlock, ﬁr.
What is the most important eastern hardwood timber tree species used for cooperage?
Name a use for the red mulberry
What is pulpwood?
Wood which is made into paper.
What is an access road?
A road built into isolated stands of commercial timber so they can be reached by loggers, ﬁre ﬁghters, and others.
What is a barber chair?
In logger’s slang, a stump which leaves standing a slab that splintered off the tree a sit fell. Generally, it indicates careless felling.
What is the abbreviation for thousand board feet?
What are bolts?
Small logs or sections of larger logs that have been split. A bolt is usually less than 4½ feet long.
What is a butt?
Base of tree or lower end of log
What is a catface?
A scar on the surface of a log, generally elliptical in shape, resulting from wounds which have not healed over; also, a ﬁre scar at the base of a tree.
What is a corduroy road?
A road built of logs or poles laid side byside perpendicular to the direction of theroad, usually in low or swampy places.
What is crosshaul?
A method of loading log-transportation vehicles. One end of a line is passed over the load, around the log to be loaded, and made fast to the load. Power applied to the other end of the line imparts a rolling motion to the log.
What is a "cut"?
The yield, during a speciﬁed period, of products that are cut, as of grain, timber, or, in sawmilling, timber.
What is a cutting cycle?
The planned interval between major felling operations in the same stand.
What is a log deck?
A pile of logs or a rollway where material is collected in preparation for being hauled away to the mills.
What is a log drive?
Logs or timbers that are ﬂoated on water from the forest to a mill or shipping point.
What is a go-devil?
A small, short sled (scoot) without a tongue, used in skidding logs.
What is hot-logging?
A logging operation in which logs go from the stump to the mill without pause.
What is integrated logging?
A method of logging designed to make the best use of all timber products. It removes in one cutting all timber that should be cut, and distributes the various timber products to the industries that can use them to best advantage.
What does it mean to "log"?
To cut and remove logs from an area.
What is a logger?
1) A person who is engaged in logging operations,
2) locally, a person who haul slogs to landings and skidways.
What is a lumberjack?
One works on logging operations;colloquial term for a male logger.
What does it mean to "notch"?
To cut a notch in a tree before felling it to prevent splitting and binding and to control the direction of fall.
What is overrun?
The excess of the amount of lumber actually sawed from logs over the estimated volume or log scale, usually expressed in percent of log scale.
What is a peavey?
A stout wood lever for rolling logs. A curved metal hook is hinged to the lower part of the handle, and the tip is armed with a sharp steel spike.
What is a peeler?
1) Usually one who removes bark from timber cut in the spring months when bark slips;
2) a log used in the manufacture of rotary-cut veneer.
What is a skidway?
Two skids laid parallel at right angles to a road, usually raised above the ground at the end nearest the road. As they are brought from the stump, logs are usually piled up on a skidway for loading upon sleds, wagons,or cars.
What is a spud?
A hand tool used in stripping bark from felled trees.
How many pounds of paper does a person use in a year?