Acquiring wood by forest districts is carried out in accordance with Forest Organization Plan drawn up for ten-year periods. It is the main aim of forest management. The yearly unit of cutting (a number of cuttings without damage to wood stands is possible) cutting and pre-cutting lands (woodlands acquired in the process of nurturing cuttings before the trees have reached suitable age). They constitute so called 'main lands'. They include a range of round wood, wood wares acquired from fallen trees (both from above ground and subterranean).
Subsidiary use of Cybinka Forest District is in limited range. It includes hunting management, aggregate acquisition for road repairs. No pine trees/spruces breeding is present.