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2013-05-04 23:01:18

Representatives of Timberwolf Manufacturing Corp. will be attending the Northeast Forestry Show (Hamburg, NY) and Northeast Forest Products Expo (Bangor, ME) during the month of May, 2013. Rutland, VT (PRWEB) May 04, 2013 Timberwolf Manufacturing Corp., fabricator of high quality firewood processing equipment, has announced their May 2013 show tour schedule. They will be giving live demonstrations of a selection of firewood processors, firewood conveyors and log splitters at both shows....

2013-03-07 23:00:17

Timberwolf Manufacturing Corp, manufacturer and distributor of durable, high quality wood processing equipment, today announced the unveiling of the newest addition to their line of firewood processors; the PRO-MP XL. Rutland, VT (PRWEB) March 07, 2013 Timberwolf Manufacturing Corp, manufacturer and distributor of durable, high quality wood processing equipment, today announced the unveiling of the newest addition to their line of firewood processors; the PRO-MP XL. This model weighs in at...

2013-03-06 23:00:21

Timberwolf Mfg. Is proud to announce the release of their newest firewood conveyor, the TW-C12. Rutland, VT (PRWEB) March 06, 2013 Timberwolf Manufacturing Corp, maker and distributor of high quality wood processing equipment, today announced the unveiling of the newest addition to their line of firewood conveyors; the TW-C12. The C12 is the smallest firewood conveyor offered by Timberwolf at 12´ long and 1,120lbs, it sports a powerful Honda GC160 gasoline powered engine and a heavy...


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