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Author Topic: Farm "Wood Lot" management using Husqvarna 365 with a 372 top end.  (Read 770 times)

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Last day cutting.. last in a series of "Aftermarket parts" video's on the season. Hay season now! Won't pickup a saw until the fall firewood season after this weekend. Was a fun saw season this year. Several fun saw projects, the Huztl/372 build, the 365/372 hybrid, "Fugly350" THAT is a fun little saw! Those videos are on the channel for all to see and laugh at the fat man in the woods! 

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Re: Farm "Wood Lot" management using Husqvarna 365 with a 372 top end.
« Reply #1 on: June 08, 2014, 01:03:18 PM »
Enjoyed that video, thank you.  :)
You sure have a nice woodlot to work in, level ground, open forest, nice straight trees. Different from our place in the Sierra foothills at 3200' elevation. We're cutting tan oak and madrone trees out from the pine and fir trees on a [sometimes steep] hillside and use these for firewood. These tree's are up to 70 feet tall and twist and turn every which way trying to get sunlight!
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Re: Farm "Wood Lot" management using Husqvarna 365 with a 372 top end.
« Reply #2 on: July 04, 2014, 09:22:19 AM »
Great video, love the woodlot management. That's what I'm trying to do on my land I have a lot of Beech trees that I'm cutting for stove wood, but after the winter we had I am so far behind on my wood cutting, *DanG snow was so deep in the woods that I could not get to until spring, then the trails were so wet I'll be cutting most of the summer.
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