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February 21, 2013

Markets Sought for Black Hills Beetle-Stained Wood

Pine beetle infested trees may have decorative uses.

Pine beetle infestation.
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Neiman Enterprises is striving to improve the market value of pine beetle stained wood. Blue-stain, or denim wood, has a lesser monetary value than for the No. 2 Common top quality pine used in finish carpentry.  Read the full article in the Rapid City Journal.

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