Mt Taranaki closer up
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9m ago
So. up on the Mt, shown in this pic, is the local ski field. It's a small club run one, and might be lucky to get a week of good skiing in a season. But the track up to it was a but dodgy, as you had to walk down into an avalanche / rock fall gorge to ..read more
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Best way to collect saw logs
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9m ago
G'day everyone,  I need to collect sawlogs from around my and surrounding property's, the land is steep but has a few roads though it, the logs are hardwood 12 to 24 inches in diameter and 6 to 12 feet long,  I have been skidding logs but the logs get ..read more
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Re: Introduction
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1h ago
Welcome to the forum. I'm sure you will also be sharing some more insights with everyone in the sawmill business. Lots to learn and share among us all.  ..read more
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Re: H5N1 virus.
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1h ago
Quote from: aigheadish on July 13, 2024, 10:29:59 AMIt was a desperate and effective way to keep people home during election season and they'll continue trying it until it clearly doesn't work anymore. Sorry, I don't buy the "election di ..read more
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Re: how are your eggs?
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3h ago
Quote from: Southside on Yesterday at 11:17:16 PMyou are better off paying a bit more for genuine pasture raised eggs as all the chlorophyll the birds take in make the eggs more like what our grandparents ate and lived to 90+ doing so.  [/quo ..read more
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Re: BIRDS
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3h ago
The bluebirds here settled down in the second box after abandoning one chick in the other, they only had one egg over there. I see them carrying food in and dung sacs out in the second box. I never looked into the box. These birds seem to get distresse ..read more
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Re: Battery vs corded electric chainsaw
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4h ago
The chain on the MSA300 runs much faster in the setting above ECO mode. It also handles wider cuts without bogging down. I suspect you might solve the chatter problem with the higher chain speed. Unfortunately this means having to invest in an AP 500 S ..read more
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Re: how are your eggs?
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5h ago
So protein intake and age of the hen affect the size of the egg.  Calcium intake effects shell hardness along with general health of the hen, age, etc.  As far as the commercial world goes - well USDA is doing a DanG fine job of killing layers by the m ..read more
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Re: Introduction
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5h ago
   I'd love to meet. We often bring out of state visitors to the New River Bridge then go to Babcock State park. My wife taught photography at a local college after she retired from the local school; system and took her class to Babcock one time in a s ..read more
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Re: Introduction
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6h ago
First, Thank You for your Military Service.  Welcome to the Forestry Forum and I wish you the best with your sawing venture ..read more
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