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Anybody doing day rate processing around Hertford? 

I will hopefully be getting 20+tones of processor grade(well to my uneducated eye!) ash, be in about 10ft lengths, to be processed to 9-10 inch logs.

I will be there to assist with loading and clearing split logs. I have a mini digger with a thumb, a couple of trailers to use as log decks if needed and a loader to clear split logs.

Should be a really nice job!

So if anyone is interested and wants to let me know prices that would be great👍

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31 minutes ago, william127 said:

Anybody doing day rate processing around Hertford? 

I will hopefully be getting 20+tones of processor grade(well to my uneducated eye!) ash, be in about 10ft lengths, to be processed to 9-10 inch logs.

I will be there to assist with loading and clearing split logs. I have a mini digger with a thumb, a couple of trailers to use as log decks if needed and a loader to clear split logs.

Should be a really nice job!

So if anyone is interested and wants to let me know prices that would be great👍

Do you have a tractor to run the processor?

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Not at the moment.

Looking to hire a fully operated machine really- if I operate the processor I will have to get someone else to operate the loader/digger/saw/broom, so everything, including the processor will be less efficient! 

I thing its better all round for me to get an operated machine👍👍

 

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20 minutes ago, william127 said:

Not at the moment.

Looking to hire a fully operated machine really- if I operate the processor I will have to get someone else to operate the loader/digger/saw/broom, so everything, including the processor will be less efficient! 

I thing its better all round for me to get an operated machine👍👍

 

I can operate the processor, getting it there on a tractor is the problem. Throwing it on a trailer is much easier/cheaper.

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On 23/06/2019 at 22:59, eggsarascal said:

I can operate the processor, getting it there on a tractor is the problem. Throwing it on a trailer is much easier/cheaper.

Unfortunately no tractor at the moment😩

Cheers though.

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On 24/06/2019 at 07:06, Duncan. said:

Ollie Berti 07766044989 probably worth a ring should think he'll help you.

Thanks, when the wood is back here I'll get in contact.

 

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