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Contract Harvesting FAQs
If you own a great deal of forest land and are unfamiliar with the benefits of contract harvesting, then the following answers to a few common questions about contract harvesters might be useful to you:

What is contract harvesting?
Contract harvesting is a system wherein a landowner who does not have his own harvesting equipment but does have crops that require harvesting uses a contractor to harvest those crops. Harvesting contractors work with growers of any type of product including wheat, oats, barley and soybeans. Contract harvesters also work with landowners on which hardwood trees grow, and pay the landowners for the timber they collect.

What industries use contract harvesting?
Contract harvesting is used by paper industries due to the fact that the costs of the raw materials are significantly lower than any other method of pulp wood acquisition. Contract harvesters are also used in the agricultural industry by small growers who cannot afford to purchase their own equipment or hire their own staff.

How do I find a reliable contract harvester?
You will want to interview several contractors before settling on a company. Ask for referrals and check with clients who have used their services to make sure that they are reliable and have honored the terms of the contracts. Be certain that the contractor is licensed by the state, and carries personal liability insurance. Always read the contract carefully, and consult an attorney if necessary. If you are a forest owner, make sure that the contract stipulates the buying and selling parties, and provides the addresses and contact information of each. Make sure that the exact location of the area to be harvested is specified. Include the price structure of the timber as well as the payment terms. If subcontractors are to be used, make sure you check their certifications and liability insurance coverage.

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The lumber agriculture industry often uses several companies for harvesting timber. Sometimes a company owns land and contracts with a harvesting company so that they can harvest the lumber legally at low cost. If you need the services of a harvesting contractor, then you will need to be able to decide which company is best for you. Knowing what questions to ask them can help you find one that you can reach a good agreement with. First, ask the company how long they have been in business. Those with several years of experience should have the industrial logging equipment that they need for harvesting your timber legally without harming its grain. Ask them if they have connections that will help them turn the timber into products like paper and custom furniture. Ask the management of the company if you can meet with them to discuss the legalities of your sale. You will need to talk about the price of the grains that you have for sale, how much you can trade them for, and whether the company will use any subcontracting services. You will need to settle on a price that is mutually agreeable before you sign a contract. Depending on the contract, you might find that subcontracting benefits your sale of the pine trees and other hardwood. Ask them to give you price quotes for logging the forest that include different services. After you have talked to several companies, you will be able to compare the quotes and choose one that fits your needs.


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