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  1. Woodwanter

    Chip sale values

    Got a pile of virgin, unprocessed chip that needs to go so about to have a ring around. What are people getting for artic loads these days, loaded? been offered £12 pt on first call, is that reasonable? TYIA
  2. Woodwanter

    Cordwood Wanted Buckinhamshire

    Give Nick a call - 07767 480117 he is in your area
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    Bulk Mobile Chipping

    £10 per ton ball park I imagine.
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    Cordwood wanted mid Wales

    Never called in but often fancy a go on the kit they have there. 30 yrs ago it was a tin shed, bit different now!
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    Cordwood wanted mid Wales

    Pass the police station, over the bridge, turn right and you are on the left? purely curious, there is a company there who I have watched grow my whole life as I drive past, Always makes me smiles as I go by.
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    Big Arse chipper required in Oxfordshire

    thanks. I need it all for my own use though. id be interested to hear what they paid you though.
  7. Woodwanter

    Big Arse chipper required in Oxfordshire

    Thanks All, keen to keep it all as local as possible to keep my green miles down.
  8. Afternoon All, I am after a big chipper to chip about 150 - 200t of arb waste. There is some pretty chunky stuff in there its currently in a shed but we have the kit to move it out etc. can anyone recommend someone local to me please? what's the going rate for such works assuming they aren't kept waiting? TYIA
  9. Woodwanter

    Split Dilemma

    that's down to grip though, not necessarily HP. its always funny to watch when a digger pulls out something that a tractor cant!
  10. Woodwanter

    Digger mounted Blacks / Lasco cone splitter and grab

    it depends how big they are. I am splitting some small stuff - 10 inch which is a faff and needs accuracy. The best for you would be decent sticks say 300 wide which you split in half then pick up the 3= m lengths and drop straight where you want it. I managed to make a lattice of these for drying quite easily. google the cone splitter vids, you will soon see how easy or not it is!
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    Digger mounted Blacks / Lasco cone splitter and grab

    I looked at this but was quite a bit of cash. admitidly I just want to break up bigger bits so a different job so opted for a cone splitter which can still move logs about
  12. Woodwanter

    Split Dilemma

    Mine is on a 7.5 t and works very well. You need the gear box to be fitted to something to stop it turning!
  13. Woodwanter

    Split Dilemma

    Hire a cone splitter on a 360 - would soon split that up?
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    Sitka thinnings for logs

    Trouble is then moving the 'infected' timber X miles to do this. If some of it drops off along the way the uk forestry sector could then face another foreign caused problem. would have been better to build the station at the port!
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    Sitka thinnings for logs

    Not suprised. The cost of chip will go up I think, supply and demand. Folk with chip boilers who got in late may find it's almost unviable to keep running them. what surprises me is how fussy some of the boilers are, need chip within a few % and consistant size with no shards.

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