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Offline brysonfarmer

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Re: Moving Lumber in Sea Containers
« Reply #20 on: September 08, 2022, 09:31:27 PM »
Howdy. Well I知 living on the farm now. I sold my place in Alberta. Retired one year ago. I have bought a new 75 hp case tractor and a firewood processor. I have been looking at sawmills. I think I will buy a Norwood HD 38. Full hydraulic bed. I have an old two wheel drive international 444 set up with a Farmi skidding winch. With chains for this winter. Plan on falling some trees this winter. Need lumber to build a solar kiln. Have knocked down 9 large white oak with a track hoe. Line trees. Will slab what I can and firewood the rest. I知 just going to go slow and learn along the way. Maybe haul slabs to Alberta.  I have a thirty foot high boy trailer triaxle. Where it takes me I don稚 know. Having fun is more key than making a lot of money. 

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Re: Moving Lumber in Sea Containers
« Reply #21 on: November 20, 2022, 12:02:59 AM »
Sounds like you got a dream setup and plan out there. Slow and steady is sometimes the best way to go. I'm in the process of setting up things on the Alberta side, potentially a kiln and other lumber finishing items and wanting part of that to start bringing in some of those beautiful hardwoods from back east out here. I'm a woodworker on the side here and finding quality hardwoods at a decent price has become next to impossible. Would always be up for a good contact out that way.

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