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  1. Tree Climbing, Pruning, Felling
    For those of you cutting and storing large quantities of firewood...what's your process and set-up? We have an area in our shop yard for firewood that is REALLY muddy. The crew has mostly leveled it out and is trying to put a layer of milled wood down to stack the firewood on, but it's been...
  2. Tree Climbing, Pruning, Felling
    Recently I have been selling more cord wood than normal. It is all cut between 16-18" the wood is sold as a cord and delevered in a 6x10 dump trailer. I stack the front and back than throw the wood into the middle. I put as much wood in as possible and the customs are very happy would. Does that...
  3. Tree Climbing, Pruning, Felling
    I am looking for guys selling a lot of firewood, min 50 chords per year. If you know anyone who does this and can give me a warm introduction by phone or email that would be great. Any location in the U.S. is fine. PM me on here. Thanks.
  4. Tree Climbing, Pruning, Felling
    I started thinking last night how profitable selling bundled firewood could be. My only problem is I don't have any, nor do I have the equipment to process it. So I gave it a little thought and decided I could buy a cord on Cl and just bundle it up and sell it out of my pick up. Not to sure how...
  5. Starting a Lawn Care Business
    I'm thinking of processing some firewood to sell next winter. Not many people in my area want their leaves cleaned up so I need something to do. Anyone have any advice or suggestions??
  6. Marketplace
    We are selling our skid steer mounted tree shear on no reserve auction. Sells on Wednesday, April 10, 2013. Cuts trees up to 12" in diameter, I have taken down larger with multiple bites. Tilts vertically to trim branches or cut firewood. Not much use on this unit, new in 2010...
  7. General Industry Discussions
    Ok the header is to get your attention. But the fact remains the same, I hate snow (plowing). I have been plowing to keep the cash flowing but only because I haven't found anything else to do instead. I'd quit it in a second if I could works days and schedule my work (unlike snow plowing). Here...
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