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  1. Hi All, I have recently purchased 1 acre of adjoining land to my property. Unfortunately the land has been left for 15+ years and is in a poor state. The land is in a conservation area and has some lovely trees that have not been cared for and in turn now has damage which I need to get ontop off. Before this however I need to remove the 7ft nettles and brambles that have tried to takeover! None of the hire places nearby seem to have power sythe’s or equivalent and just wondering if anyone in the LS25 yorkshire postcode can recommend. I have also seen the Robocut systems that look good but again either in the southwest or Scotland so it seems... if anyone has any good referrals or advice I would appreciate it. Thanks!
  2. Hey guys, I have my company in Toronto operating for over 2 years now. Quickbooks has been good but I find it difficult to have multiple system in my day to day operation. Do you know any software that can do everything, scheduling, estimates, invoicing in just one tool? Would love to hear suggestions! Thank you.,
  3. Hi guys, We're starting to get dribs and drabs of our yearly Gransfors Bruks axes turn into stock now, and we currently have Wildlife Hatchets, Small Forestry Axes, Splitting Hatchets, Large Splitting Axes and Splitting Mauls in and available! Head online to the link below to grab one if you've been waiting, as these tend to sell out before the winter! There is also no guarantee that we'll have any left to take to the APF based on last years sales so be quick! Gransfors Axes
  4. *GRANSFORS STOCK ALERT* Just a quick note for everyone, we've just had the first part of our long awaited Gransfors delivery TODAY, and we now have in and available for immediate dispatch, the following axes: Gransfors Wildlife hatchet Gransfors Small Forestry Axe Gransfors Scandinavian Axe Gransfors Splitting Axe Check them out by clicking here! Gransfors Axes The Splitting Mauls are due in at the start of May for anyone waiting for them, if anyone else would like us to contact them directly when other axes come in then please comment with your contact details!
  5. As the title suggests i am in the market for a kombi type multi tool to run a longreach hedgetrimmer and a pole saw only.... Any suggestions or anyone seen a good deal recently? thanks Matty
  6. Hi to everyone reading this post, I'm in need of some advice guys as im going on the course CS 30 and 31 in January at Myerscough college, but in the mean time i need to get hold of books on Tree surgery and Arbriculture, if any of you could tell me the best books for someone with no knowlege in this field at all i would be truely gratefull, there are so many out there and there not cheap so the best ones for someone just starting out, Also guys if possible i need to know what tools and equipment i'll need to set myself up with, i dont mean the big mulchers or plant , just hand tools and climbing equipment, PPE . Thanks in advance guys Rhys


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