Profit expectations

Forest owners can ensure that their growing seedlings remain robust and bring value in the future by tending to their seedling stands. Eliminating coppices reduces the competition they entail, mechanical damage, and destruction of pine seedlings caused by moose.


A line of Usewood-machinery for forestry work

Forester Tiit Kosenkranius uses two Usewood machines in the thinning and driving work he manages in the Kikeperä area of Pärnu, in Estonia. Compared to larger machines, small machines usually leave 20% more stems to grow in the forest after thinning. Smaller forestry machines are easy and comfortable to drive, and they can easily be transported to work sites with a car and a trailer.


The Usewood way

Managing a seedling stand and a young forest is work that requires a great deal of precision. Retaining undamaged growing stock, eliminating harmful coppices, and harvesting energy wood are of equal importance. We have focused on the management of stands and young forests by developing tools and cost-efficient methods specifically designed for this purpose. Our operation is based on the efficient use of small forestry machines and skilled operators.