Sawlog

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The term sawlog refers to that part of a tree stem that will be processed at a sawmill. This is in contrast to those other parts of the stem that are designated pulpwood. The differences are that sawlogs will be greater in diameter, straighter and have a lower knot frequency.

Sawlogs most often come from the "butt end" of the stem and are the most financially valuable part of the tree.

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