New Hampshire Timber Price Information
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The New Hampshire Department of Revenue Administration offers a PDF document containing "suggested" low and high stumpage values for various product classes and three regions in the state for the upcoming period. The recommended valuations are posted to guide calculation of New Hampshire's Timber Tax, assessed at harvest. Stumpage values are calculated two times per year with a survey completed by local foresters.
Contact number for the property appraisal division: (603) 203-5950.
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