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Haullin wood

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Banditfarmer

05-05-2013 19:25:44
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Well after getting some more trees cut down that were dead I figured it was time to clean up and stack them up. White Oak, Pin Oak, Ash and Elm and what ever else that's there to be moved. With field work getting close to starting, I got to it. The 2 big logs were a bit hard to move to say the least, The rest I picked up with the loader and stack them up. I will come back once the crops are all planted and start cutting them up for fire wood for the winter. As much as you can see in the pictures I have 2 more piles as big if not bigger to be cut up. At least I will have plenty of wood for a couple years when I am done. There is no shortage of work for me to do. I do have some more locust posts to cut and skin for a new fence line to be built. Maybe I need to look at a fire wood processer to help me out, They do look pretty slick. Bandit

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Mark W.

05-06-2013 04:09:54
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 Re: Haullin wood in reply to Banditfarmer, 05-05-2013 19:25:44  
Looks like poison ivy on the logs in the last pic. Be careful.



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Larry@stinescorner

05-05-2013 19:42:47
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 Re: Haullin wood in reply to Banditfarmer, 05-05-2013 19:25:44  
good job,,,,good tractor too!



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JayinNY

05-05-2013 19:38:07
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 Re: Haullin wood in reply to Banditfarmer, 05-05-2013 19:25:44  
Great pics bandit. As they say having firewood is like having money in the bank, letting it season is like collecting interest! Lol, Can never have to much fire wood I feel.



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GordoSD

05-05-2013 19:36:03
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 Re: Haullin wood in reply to Banditfarmer, 05-05-2013 19:25:44  
You need help. Advertise for free firewood. All those trees in the last photo need to come out soon and a replant can be done. This time around plant lower trees and shrubs for wildlife, and better windbreak. You can get cost sharing from ASCS and also dollars from QU and PF and parobly your state game and fish dept. There really is a lot of money in trees!



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Banditfarmer

05-05-2013 20:01:32
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 Re: Haullin wood in reply to GordoSD, 05-05-2013 19:36:03  
Most of the trees that are big in the last picture are on the other side of the fence and not mine. This is one of those jobs that needed done to reclaim some farm land back. Today after I was done and heading to the barn I found 5 more good sized (10 to 16 inch wide) Ash trees that are dead and need to come down. My son has sold 10 or 12 cords of wood over the last 2 years for spending money out of our of our woods we logged 4 years ago. Theres been about 15 different people I have let come in and cut what they needed to heat with and there is still plenty of wood that needs to be cut up. We have even cut loads to give to family's in need to heat with. There is no reason for it to just rot! A farmers work is never done. Bandit

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