LINCOLN, Maine - A state-of-the-art wood shavings plant in Lincoln, Maine, is up for auction as LMJ Enterprises sells its mill and surrounding residential buildings on December 7. The business, owned by Haskell Lumber, converted whole logs into shavings for animal bedding, among other products. 

Keenan Auctions says three individual parcels will be sold in their entirety. The state-of-the-art pine shavings mill consists of a 4.9+/- acre site with 142+/- ft. of frontage on Route 2. The site has a yard area for storage of logs and finished product.
The insulated building has 7,000+/-SF and contains sawmill equipment where debarking and chip shavings are manufactured. The bio furnace for drying air was purchased in 2013, and in 2015 a new drum, airlocks, out feed bin, auger conveyors, screen, dust collection system and controls were added. There is a product storage area and loading bay area with 4-dock doors on one side of the building.  
The shop building, three open-air storage buildings and 29+/- acres is located to the north and rear of the shavings mill. The shop building is used for retail sales and has access to public water and sewer, and 3 phase power. The land is bordered to the north by Cambolasse Stream.
The gambrel style home/office located at 413 Main St. sits on .36+/- acres and contains 4-rooms including kitchen, living room, 2-bedrooms, 1-bath and a deck. The home is currently used as an office for the mill complex.  

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