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Hi all,  we're new to Arbtalk and look forward to chatting with everyone.  

 

We are a distributor of arborist focussed brands including Pfanner and Protos and are happy to answer any questions or give advice.

 

It will mostly be Andrew using our login but in time we may start to register and use our own logins.  Would be good to know what you would all recommend.

 

We put our first post up earlier, see below.  Look forward to chatting with you all.

 

 

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Hi guys I joined because I am soon to be working for a large forestry contractor in the East Midlands and have been reading for advice and guidance as my background is in agriculture not forestry but thought a change would be good. 

 

Any advice to make me a good groundy would be much appreciated!

 

Alex

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10 hours ago, Crazytops said:

Hi guys I joined because I am soon to be working for a large forestry contractor in the East Midlands and have been reading for advice and guidance as my background is in agriculture not forestry but thought a change would be good. 

 

Any advice to make me a good groundy would be much appreciated!

 

Alex

Hi Alex

 

Welcome to Arbtalk.  Good luck with the new work and hope you enjoy it.

 

Regards

 

Andrew

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Hi all, just joined. I was self employed for a while with my own business in the construction industry but used to enjoy getting into the odd garden landscape, fencing jobs and minor tree work/hedges. Last year I moved down from Scotland to Wales and took full time employment as a reserve in the RAF (A nod to a past career) but I'm fed up not being my own boss and wanting to get back out in the elements.

I'm now hoping to start up on my own again at the start of next year and focus a bit more on the tree work side of things starting with actually getting myself properly qualified starting with cs30/31 in the next month or so.

Looking forward to chatting with you all.

 

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Hi all, 
I've joined as i want to find out more about this profession and hopefully gain enough knowledge to go out and gain some experience! Who know's it could even develop into a career. 

Hope to chat to some of you soon 

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Been memeber for a while never got round to posting much due to new baby now things have settled on tht front its about time i got involved a bit more by posting some pics and stuff of work i do as we all love a pic on this forum. Neve know might help me find extra work on my area 

 Jeff

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21 hours ago, green horn said:

Been memeber for a while never got round to posting much due to new baby now things have settled on tht front its about time i got involved a bit more by posting some pics and stuff of work i do as we all love a pic on this forum. Neve know might help me find extra work on my area 

 Jeff

Good luck Jeff and I wish you all you wish for your self .

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