RAM Forest Products has kiln drying capacity of 1 million board feet (2358.49 cubic meters) per charge, and dries over 15 Million Board Feet (36,000m3) of Red Oak, Cherry, Hard Maple, Ash and Soft Maple in 4/4 through 12/4 thickness annually. Our kiln dried staff has over 40 years of combined experience in the drying of hardwood lumber, ensuring our customers of a consistent, high quality kiln dried product. All kiln dried lumber is sorted for grade prior to going into the kiln and then receives a final inspection after kiln drying, guaranteeing our customers of the highest quality kiln dried product on the market today. View our available species here.


RAM Forest Product’s kiln dried lumber is sold domestically and worldwide, with over 35% of RAM’s total production ending up in markets such as Canada, China, Vietnam, the United Kingdom, Europe and the United Arab Emirates to name a few.  Actually, RAM Forest Products has over 25 years of experience as a hardwood exporter specializing in Red Oak, Ash ,Hard Maple, Soft Maple and Cherry. Michael Tarbell and Rus Gustin together have 50 years of experience in the domestic and export markets, so you can be sure that an order placed with RAM Forest Products will be handled in a prompt, courteous and professional manner.

Green sales account for approximately 20% of lumber sales, with accounts ranging from flooring to distribution yards.

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RAM Forest Products sells significant quantities of slicer and veneer rotary logs of all major North American hardwood logs, as well as 2 and 3 side clear logs.


Industrial lumber for uses in blocking, pallets and crating is produced in a variety of dimensions by RAM Forest Products, Inc.


RAM Forest Products, Inc. believes in total utilization of the forest resource and by-products of lumber production such as sawdust, bark, and sawmill slabs are processed and sold as useful commercial products. Slabs and other solid wood residues are chipped and sold as hardwood chips. Sawdust is separated during the manufacturing process and sold for a variety of uses. Bark is removed from logs prior to sawing and sold for hardwood mulch and fuel.