/ Tractors and wood! Show your pics #20,761
WELL, yes and no. Just like your garden, if you have too many trees growing too close together they will grow slowly and some will die before getting big enough to use. Thinning them once in a while reduces competition for nutrients, light, and water. Look at the growth rings of a tree and you can tell when there was a harvest done.Equipment faster 20+ years ago but the trees grow the same rate.
Yes, SYP is BIG business here.. Lots of piles of logs around that wouldn't fill a truck at the end of the day. Had one here after a small clear cut I had done a few years ago, finally had a guy come in with a dozer this spring and bury what was left and a couple burn piles.When doing a clear cut it’s common to see stuff like that left especially when there’s not enough for a load.
Can they chip Cedar out there
It's still pretty new, one month old to be exact. I also put a coat of wax on it right after I had got it.Looks nice... and MAN is that tractor shiny!!
North Central Arkansas.^^^ It is really shiny - where are you located grjfer. Just gives us some perspective about you. Maybe put it in your profile.