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post your day work photos here

thought it would be an interesting thread :thumbup:

 

today again we had jerry harper in (arbwork on here) with his valtra t190 and his 32inch heizohack clearing up from this years cricket bat willow havest.

the chip had to be run 5 miles up the road by tractor to one of our wood to put down on the horse trails.. we had 3 tractoors hauling chip and jerry with his unit...

crane fed wood chipper heizohack arbtalk

heizohack wood chipper

heizohack crane fed wood chipper

tree felling with tractor mounted heizohack wood chipper

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a few from today love toys makes work so much better

 

nice work ther buddy,,, nice toys too.. i love big kit too..

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Great thread...it's what we like to see...what have you done?...what did you do it with?....makes for interesting reading!:thumbup:

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Ed, I bet you couldn't push that Heizohack round on your tod!:001_tt2:

 

Great thread mate, but my conny hedgecutting from today didn't really justify any pics.

 

What age/diameter/height do they use for bats? My mates Grandad used to grade Willow for Gunn & Moore, and I seem to remember they use fairly young trees?

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Thanks wooded , is that your hizohack ?

 

no it belongs to 'arbwork' on here.. the rest of the tractors are ours

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