The little I've done, I've used regular milling cutters. Some wood is remarkably abrasive though, so if you're doing a lot of wood mlilling you may want to look at carbide.
For wood, I find "climb milling" seems to work a lot better than "conventional milling because of the split-out problems JCHannum refers to.
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