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5 Ways to Save Fuel and Increase Your Bottom Line
Sky-high oil prices are making the cost of fuel an increasingly significant part of every logger's budget. Whether your operation includes just a few machines or a fleet of a few dozen, fuel saving practices can have a big impact on your bottom line.Learn five common areas where you can reduce fuel consumption
4 Tips for Making Social Media Work for Your Business
Looking for an easy way to connect with potential customers and share what you do? Social media gives you the ability to create awareness of both your business and the growing forestry industry. As younger generations enter the workforce and as people use more technology to connect with each other, using social media is a great way to interact with customers and spread the word about the importance and value of logging. Learn more about making social media work for you
The Forestry Equipment Review
||The Forestry Equipment Review is a dealer-personalized, corporately-produced, 16-page publication that goes out to thousands of John Deere Forestry customers quarterly. Content focuses around new product introductions, customer testimonials, real stories from the woods, and product support programs.
Highlights of the Fall 2014 edition:Cover Story
Roger and Brian Tetreault are fired up about the future of their firewood business.
North Carolina's timber industry and California's housing market rebound, mills reopen, and more.
Learn why engine valve-lash adjustment is essential for long engine life, peak performance, and optimal fuel efficiency.
Customized to Optimize
Roger Miller isn't a "techie", but he understands the value of the Deere Ultimate Uptime program.
When he isn't running a logging operation, Chad Hord is running near the front of the pack in the TORC off-road truck racing series.
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