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  1. #11
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    Default Re: Tractors and wood! Show your pics

    Here are a couple of shots I came up with. Typically my wife runs the splitter and I run the saw. Often, I will get everything cut before she finishes with the splitting. For some of the BIG oak rounds, I've been breaking them up a bit with a wedge and sledge and then she can more easily split them with the power splitter. I am thinking about picking up one of the SpeeCo four-way splitter attachments this spring - I think it will really save a lot of time.

    The first pic is our typical setup with the two utility vehicles, one with a trailer and the other with the splitter. We did just trade in the Mule for an RTV1140 a few weeks ago. It will be interesting to see how much wood we can stack in the rear of the extended bed of the RTV1140.

    The second pic is from last summer when we rented a chipper for our annual camp improvement weekend to take care of limbs from some various trees around the camp that we took down. It was truly amazing.

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  2. #12
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    Default Re: Tractors and wood! Show your pics

    Well, it is half of the logs and half of the tractor but it is the only pic I had of both. Logs are on the rollway to the sawmill. Probably not what you were expecting.
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    Just last week, bringing in wood



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    In the fall, bucking logs and bringing them over to cut & split

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    The little guys helping Daddy

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    Massey 1648 Cab - Hustler Z Diesel 66" ZT mower
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  4. #14
    Gold Member terryknight's Avatar
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    Default Re: Tractors and wood! Show your pics

    several

    this one will be milled



    truck,tractor, and wood



    tractor, tree, and saw



    tractor wouldn't lift this 5ft cube of green chesnut oak



    old tractor and a dump trailer of popular



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    brother, father, dog



    milling



    firewood in the tractor barn



    backhoe as a skidder


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    Platinum Member Red Horse's Avatar
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    Deere 655ZTrak, Deere 4720 Cab, 400 X

    Default Re: Tractors and wood! Show your pics

    Couple of 4720/Wildkat shots. And agree on the comment on bucking with a grapple

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    Default Re: Tractors and wood! Show your pics

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    Quote Originally Posted by Red Horse View Post
    Couple of 4720/Wildkat shots. And agree on the comment on bucking with a grapple
    Let me try that again! first shot with forks. sure wish I had the inventory some of you guys have!

  7. #17
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    JD 650 (sold) Kubota L45

    Default Re: Tractors and wood! Show your pics

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  8. #18
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    Default Re: Tractors and wood! Show your pics

    Terryknight, the pic labeled "milling" got my attention. It looks like you are dumping a cherry log in a concrete trough. I need more explanation.

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    Default Re: Tractors and wood! Show your pics

    it is a concrete trough but it is the right height with a 6x6 across it on one end and a 2x6 on the other so that i can run the chainsaw mill without being on the ground or rigging up something else to hold the log up.




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    Default Re: Tractors and wood! Show your pics

    This is how I did it last year, (didn't have a tractor then) this year will be much better with new tractor.

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    Emergency pile still in woods!

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