BTB visited Leo Eby, co-owner of Eby’s Sawmill, to get the full story on the origin of the prototype 2160 loader forwarder now working in Clearville, Pennsylvania.
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BTB catches up with 26-year-old Harry Sanders III to see how things are going with his new Tigercat H250D processor.
A unique perspective on the massive 2017 BC forest fire from a couple of BC loggers.
Bull Creek Forestry named Montana Logger of the Year.
The Wik Timber project based in Weipa and Aurukun on the remote Western Cape York Peninsula of Australia purchases two Tigercat machines for an exciting new operation.
Samantha Paul begins a new series on women in logging with hopes to inspire young women to consider logging as a career. First up, an interview with BC based operator, Hannah Dehoog that explores how she got into the logging industry, what life is like for a woman in logging camps and what she loves about being an operator.
BTB spoke with Marvin Thomas Sykes, owner of M.T. Sykes Logging and 27-year-old son Colton Sykes to learn more about their all-Tigercat harvesting operations.
An update on the processes, technologies and advancements at work in Chile's challenging steep slope and cable assist logging operations.
BTB visited Olympia, Washington to get operator Gary Smith’s impressions of his new LX870D track feller buncher. Gary works with R.L. Smith Logging, which is owned by his brother and sister-in-law Roger and Carmen Smith.
Big dreams and hard work led the Sexton family business from a horse and water-powered sawmill to a modern, integrated harvesting and sawmilling operation.
BTB went to Chibougamau in central Quebec in April to visit with Jocelyn Gagné of Forestier 2P Logging and get his first impressions of his new 1085C forwarder.
Logging contractors in the Saguenay–Lac Saint-Jean region of central Quebec face it all – from extreme weather conditions and remote locations to low wood prices and high production demands.