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Haslbeck 380834 142 Damages by Kyrill either
Damages by Kyrill
To remoove all the damages of the storm Kyrill in the forest can´t do my men. To process storm uprooted trees is a great challenge for a harvester, because his saw chain often work in earth and this is poison for the edge.
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Harvester and forwarder working hand in hand. The forwarder picks up the 510 cm-segments and haules them to a "truckable" location.
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Nice pics Theo :-), intresting to see some forrestry machinery at work! do you have more pics?!
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For a tree a harvester needs less than a minute. A man need minimum 20 minutes and it is a dangerous job.
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To handle such 510 cm sticks is for a forwarder like playing micado!
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The machines certainly take alot of the hard work & risk out of it Theo.

What do you mean by "the storm Kyrill"?

Regards,

TC.
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Hi TasCowboy,

on January 18/19 we had a large, big and long lasting storm over Great Britan, Benelux Germany and Eastern oft us. He causes damges in our forsests of about half a yearly timber yield and also on many roofs. I think the reports of this storm where to watch all over the wold on TV.

Best
Theo
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Hi Theo,

Yes I do vaguely remember something about some bad storms in Europe back then. There have been so many extreme weather events lately that it is hard to keep track of them all, who knows where or when it will stop.

Thanks for the info :-)

Regards,

The Cowboy ;-)
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After the storm Kyrill the steams lay all over the place and are in tension like a spring. Forces who kill a people are for a harvester only a gentle tickling and so he is for this dangerous job first choice.

Best
Theo
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