Greensboro 3/12/2015 1:51:53 PM
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Chris Polk of Greensboro, GA Owner and Employee of AgForest of Georgia can put Extra Money in Your Pocket with Timber Services

When prospective homebuyers begin to look at properties one thing that they should keep in mind is the potential to gain a profit on their investment. Down the road they can potentially gain equity through their mortgage. Another way that a property can turn a profit for them is to harvest the Timber that is present on the land. If that should be the case for you then you will need a company that has experience in the industry. The man that can help Georgia residents is Chris Polk owner and employee of AgForest of Georgia.

Chris Polk has been using effective and efficient harvesting methods to ensure that landowners get the best return on their Timber. AgForest of Georgia was established in 2002, and ever since they have been gaining recognition with other Timber harvesting companies, landowners and producers. Chris Polk and his team provide a wide range of Timber harvesting services for landowners. Before deciding which service will work best for you the first thing you should do is schedule a consultation with Chris Polk to discuss the options that can be done on the land.

Each service calls for different characteristics of the land to be present in order to achieve the best harvest as possible. Chris Polk of Greensboro, Ga will examine your land and create a pre-harvest plan in order to determine what service his team will perform on your land. The options after the pre-harvest plan is established will be what type of cut will be used. AgForest of Georgia can provide your land with a 1st thinning, 2nd thinning, Shelterwood Cut, Real Estate Cut, Clear Cut, Seed Tree Harvest and Timber Planting. 

Your land is yours, and you should make a decision that could benefit your family, surrounding wildlife, and your wallet. Harvesting Timber can put additional sum of money in your pocket that can be used to help pay the mortgage, tuition and other bills. When Timber is harvested properly it can become a reoccurring source of income depending on your needs. If you have a tract of land that is larger than 50 acres then contact Chris Polk of Greensboro, Georgia as he is always prepared to make offers on the land. You can contact Chris Polk owner and employee of AgForest of Georgia at (404)956-2922 to start the process of harvesting the Timber on your land.