Timber brings more than shade in this terrible drought

By Jamie Brown
September 22 2019 - 8:00pm
Michael Taylor, The Hill, Kentucky, is making use of his father's foresight to generate diverse cashflow during this drought. But he says trees have more value growing up.

Desperate dry on the New England has prompted one wool producer to diversify his cashflow by cutting down shade trees planted more than 30 years ago and milling them into timber.

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