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    Veteran Member Gordon Gould's Avatar
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    Wood is split and drying before going into the shed. Tractor is grading.

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    "If you're not making any mistakes then you're not doing anything"

    L3010DT, Farmi JL290 Winch, ATI Grapple, BearCat 5" Chipper, 6' Rear Blade,
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    A bunch of stuff to hook to it

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    A bucket of oak headed to the basement.

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    Full woodshed. Mostly oak cut a year in advance.

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    This is the only way to get wood as far as I'm concerned.
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    Got a 4 year old grandson, cries pitiful tears if he dosent go help me load wood furnace outside, lol wouldn't get it loaded without his contribution. Lol

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    I'm not a big fan of poplar either but it is great for starting fires , burns hot , fast . Sounds like prom! Lol

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    20+ cord every year..........
    Not a fan of poplar at all, especially the big ones. I do burn em, when one is in my way.... The bark is so thick, they don't start drying out until they are split. felling one and leaving it a year, it will be just as wet then as the day you dropped it.

    I have a preponderance of beech and it is great burning wood. I rarely cut a maple, never an oak or cherry, unless they are spars. I tend to save the ash as for all intents it is "standing cord wood" cut it at 3 split it at 4 and burn it at 5. junk like yellow birch is great firewood, white birch not so much but the bark makes awesome fire starter (for an out door wood stove).
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dead Horse View Post
    20+ cord every year..........
    Not a fan of poplar at all, especially the big ones. I do burn em, when one is in my way.... The bark is so thick, they don't start drying out until they are split. felling one and leaving it a year, it will be just as wet then as the day you dropped it.

    I have a preponderance of beech and it is great burning wood. I rarely cut a maple, never an oak or cherry, unless they are spars. I tend to save the ash as for all intents it is "standing cord wood" cut it at 3 split it at 4 and burn it at 5. junk like yellow birch is great firewood, white birch not so much but the bark makes awesome fire starter (for an out door wood stove).
    aaah FIAT 100/90 ....A real tractor

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