For decades the farm woodland owner has needed a neighborhood sawmill to come around and saw his logs into lumber, just as the wheat thresher and corn sheller have met his requirements for years. Herein is described a unique small sawmill and a method of operation which may fill the bill admirably for many farmers.
Document Type: Journal Article
Small Mill Specialist
Publication date: December 1, 1940
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