For over a half-century Missouri-Pacific Lumber has been the lumber company of choice for demanding buyers. Our American black walnut, red and white oak, soft maple, and other fine raw hardwoods are preferred for a simple reason... an uncompromising commitment to quality.
Missouri-Pacific thrives on the attentiveness principle. That means we pay strict attention to the small details, every step of the way. Not just routine good practices, but additional measures of care in the treating and handling of our woods.
We specialize in steamed, kiln dried, furniture grade American Black Walnut lumber. Missouri is known for having more American Black Walnut timber than any other area in the world. Our timber is sourced in the northern part of the state using responsible and sustainable harvesting practices.A state-of-the-art band mill provides high quality plain-sawn, rift-sawn, and quarter-sawn lumber. And to ensure responsive order fulfillment, we keep an inventory of over 1,000,000 feet of lumber ready for shipment. While American Black Walnut accounts for approximately 85% of our production, we also produce Northern and Appalachian Red Oak, White Oak, Silver Leaf Soft Maple, Aromatic Red Cedar, and Ash.
Missouri-Pacific Lumber's attention to detail and long history of reliable service has made our company one of the most respected in our industry. Over the last three generations our annual production has grown to 5 million feet of lumber shipped to clients around the country, and around the globe.
Watch a video overview of our production process from timber to finished product.
Our hardwoods are preferred for a simple uncompromising commitment to quality.
Browse our catalog of hardwood products with photos of pallets and bundles.
Tuesday June 17th
National Inspector Benji Richards conducts one of our lumber grade certification inspections. Missouri-Pacific Lumber goes the extra mile to guarantee quality products for our customers. Link
Sunday May 25th
Let us not forget why we celebrate Memorial Day. Thank you to all that have served and made the ultimate sacrifice. Link
Tuesday April 22nd
We celebrate Earth Day every day as we sustainably harvest a resource that is much more renewable than steel, concrete, or plastic. We harvest the mature trees so the young ones can grow and mature to provide future wood products for consumers all over the world. Link