How Much Wood Can a Tractor Haul?

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Life is Like a Box…

rustyiron

Wood boxes are the preferred way of hauling firewood, as you can see from Rustyiron’s picture. The boxes keep the wood from tumbling around, and let you haul quite a bit at once.

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Life is Like a Box…

7 Comments

  • Great Pictures in the snow fields, what about some Pictures from Australia?

  • As a long time logger, working for the Biggest Canadian logging Co in the Sth Hemisphere Kaingaroa Logging and a hill country farmer in NZ, I am scared to buggery seeing these photos of front end loads with zero counterweighting to the rear
    Stupid, ignorant, much like the fools who kill themselves trying to fell trees

  • Arrow’s my kind of guy. Just scoop up the cut wood. Never could understand these dudes who spend all of that time to neatly stack a FEL with wood only to dump it in a pile when they get back to the house. Inefficient!!

  • Did not think the old Fords had a strong front axle.

  • I can pull about a cord and a half to three quarters, on my 18 foot utility trailer with my Cub Yanmar ex3200. I split it, then immediately throw it on the trailer until I have a load. I stack it tight in an open sided building and so I can easily measure what I hauled.

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