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A daft idea for keeping my logs dry

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As I lay awake in bed the other night with little else to do.... I began to fret about my logs getting wet. I can store about 120 cube in the barn but the rest are outside covered. I came up with the idea of using pallet wrap cling film to cover the tops of the ibc`s. Its in its embryonic stage at the moment and probably wont work but no doubt the critics of arbtalk will either ridicule or praise with constructive ideas for improvement :biggrin:

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That's funny I am just about to try something similar. I am also busy filling up my barn with wood but need more space...

I am going to put wood into cubic meter vented bags on pallets and have bought this clear plastic stuff from builders merchants which I will try and tie down. I will see how it goes, but am awaiting my bobcat I ordered on ebay before I get started. Coming from Jersey!

 

Those cages are smart but they look rather expensive.

 

Next year may consider putting up a dutch barn to put cubic meter bags under instead. Does anybody have any advice / experience on this?

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That's funny I am just about to try something similar. I am also busy filling up my barn with wood but need more space...

I am going to put wood into cubic meter vented bags on pallets and have bought this clear plastic stuff from builders merchants which I will try and tie down. I will see how it goes, but am awaiting my bobcat I ordered on ebay before I get started. Coming from Jersey!

 

Those cages are smart but they look rather expensive.

 

Next year may consider putting up a dutch barn to put cubic meter bags under instead. Does anybody have any advice / experience on this?

 

Yes use ibc`s :biggrin:

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