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6 minutes ago, Stere said:

Eustace doesn't worry much about  health & safety ?



Bloke with that plane in alaska is good 2.

Marty the bloke in the plane i think

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Really interested to hear you are working with horses to extract the wood rather than machinery. It would definitely be worth seeing how much the horses could drag and how far they could drag wood for to understand the horses capabilities and also the financial side. Also consider the gradient that the horses are working on if there is any. How many hours of work would you be offering? I have a small battery chainsaw but it should be enough  for 300mm diameter trees.

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