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Chipper course s/e Wales or Gloucestershire

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It does make me laff- is possibly the most dangerous piece of wood eating machinery known, if you can use it without being eaten yrself- then yr fine. K

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The chipper course I did involved how to operate and replace blades but also more general stuff like where to stand and how to feed it. I'm still of the opinion all these certificates are a waste of time unless you need them for a job though. 

 

@NatSabin if you live in Wales take a look at farming connect, it covers forestry and offers big discounts on training. 

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