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Board Foot

A unit of volume used to measure quantities of wood in Canada and the United States. One board foot is equivalent to 2.360 cubic meters.
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A single giant tulip poplar could yield 20,000 board feet of timber.
Last year, the facility purchased about 60,000 board feet of wood for its value-added creations.
The finished lumber average sales price decreased $73, or 22 percent, from $328 per thousand board feet in 2010 to $255 per thousand board feet in 2011.
Other DENR offices in the Caraga region will also donate lumber, with Agusan del Sur offering 60 percent of the total volume, or 400,000 board feet, of wood products.
Between 1995 and 2012, the BLM sold an annual average of 167 million board feet per year.
Seized were 26 pieces of assorted pine lumber with a total volume of 130 board feet.
South the acquisition increases Interfor s annual production capacity to more than 2 billion board feet and broadens our product base to include Southern Yellow Pine.
The Daveluyville remanufacturing facility produced 4 million board feet of edge-glued panels per year using 70 people.
1 billion board feet (mmmbf) of timber, most of it live green trees.
Creating jobs, Congress in 1951 gave the Ketchikan Pulp Company (KPC) a 50-year contract, which compelled the USFS to sell KPC (a Louisiana-Pacific subsidiary) 200 million board feet of timber - about 10,000 acres of high-volume old growth - per year at a guaranteed price.
Random Lengths' composite index peaked at $507 per 1,000 board feet in March.
In Southwestern Ohio, the price for standing, mixed hardwood timber has fluctuated around $100 per thousand board feet for some time.

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