Log mills vary tremendously, some only accept logs to make into pulp, others need specific circumferences and lengths for international sales and yet others need a completely different set of criteria to ship for domestic markets.
Currently we have contracts with 3 mills, if we get to the thinning job to clean up the winter storm debris we will need to have another contract to take that specific timber. It really is a much more complicated sorting process than one would think. Once the logs get to the desired mill, sorting takes on a whole new realm with many more rules and regulations.
This first load is destined to go to the Weyerhauser facility in Longview, Washington to be shipped export.