I just bought 40 acres that was clearcut in the late 1990's. It was not replanted. It has a decent site index. Majority of trees that now exist are stump spouted red oak, some loblolly pine, and some cedar. Probably at least 50% of the oak is stump sprouts - three to seven inches in diameter. A lot of them will have three or four trunks from one stump - maybe a 3", a 4", a 5", and a six or seven inch. It would be desirable to remove all but the largest to encourage growth in the one that was left. Is there anyway without breaking the bank to do this - or do I just need to wait another ten years when everything is of decent pulpwood size and let a logger take them out - and hope he doesn't damage the one good leave tree on the stump?