Higher prices for everyone selling wood to New Brunswick mills expected soon

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New Brunswick’s second-largest private landowner believes the amount forest companies pay for trees could soon rise substantially for every seller as the province raises prices for Crown-owned wood.In a conference call with investment analysts, Acadian Timber Corp. president Adam Sheparski said private sellers of wood in New Brunswick may not get exactly the same price increases government…

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