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BarneyH

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Hi Barney , nae LOOGING up here :biggrin:

Seriously though , i do it for hobbiest purposes after losing out on a professinal contract :thumbdown: , there was a prominent horse logger in Inverary a few years ago but dont know if he is still there . Get in touch with the BHL as said above or FCA . Anything you would like to know give me a pm ( i have loads of kit for sale aswell , timber arches , harness etc ) :001_smile:

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Cheers guys, was wondering because there's interest in running a demo day in Kintyre as part of a project to get farmers and landowners utilising their woodland.

 

BHL don't seenm to have anybody registered in the area... Born2trot, you don't remember the Inverary operator's name by any chance? What about you? You say you still do a bit?

 

And yeah, Buffalo606, that would be great if you could send me details of this borders based group.. no idea if anything will come of it as yet, just putting out the feelers...

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I used to use a guy called Charlie Turner (I think) in the mid to late 90s. I'm pretty sure he relocated to Scotland.

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Cheers guys, was wondering because there's interest in running a demo day in Kintyre as part of a project to get farmers and landowners utilising their woodland.

 

BHL don't seenm to have anybody registered in the area... Born2trot, you don't remember the Inverary operator's name by any chance? What about you? You say you still do a bit?

 

And yeah, Buffalo606, that would be great if you could send me details of this borders based group.. no idea if anything will come of it as yet, just putting out the feelers...

 

Hi Barney , it was Marcus and Kirsty van Stone but that was many years ago its highly likely they could have moved on . I'm moving on to pastures new so cant help you now but as cj said Jim Johnston at Auldgirth , Dumfries would be a good first port of call . Good luck

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