Short log or square timber commonly 8 feet long.
A short log or section cut from a log less than 8 feet long. A pulpwood bolt measures 5 feet 3 inches.
A short section of a tree trunk.
Short logs to be sawn for lumber or used for veneer. Also: Any short log, as a pulpwood bolt or pulpwood stick. Any short stick, generally between 2 and 8 feet long. Also referred to as a block.
Usually a short log of a length suitable for manufacturing pulpwood or peeling veneer.
A short piece of round or part-round wood usually less than 8 feet.
A sizable piece of a log formed by riving.
A timber measurement term for a tree section that is 8 feet in length (also known as a half-log). A minimum diameter may be specified for the small end of the bolt.
a short piece of pulpwood; a short log