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Haslbeck 915 245 harvester in the forest either
harvester in the forest
this harvester was working this day in our forest. He reaps
the smaller sized trees so that the bigger one can grow
faster.

He can reach trees about 35 feed right and left. With his
crane-arm he pulls the tree in front of the harvester where
the branches are cutted so the equipment can drive on this
branches like on a carpet.

Later, on the same alley goes a cran-track (can´t translate
our german expression "Rückezug" ~ shift-truck) who picks up
the trunk-segments to take it on a store.

This day before chrismas (in Germany 24 of December) we
say: have an nice Chismas and a good new year or have nice
(religious) holiday and good silde (to new year)!

Theo

http://home.t-online.de/home/Haslbeck.TF/
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To continue my pictures about forrest, this picture about
stored timber!

Greetings from Bavaria

Theo


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Theo Haslbeck wrote:
this harvester was working this day in our forest. He reaps
the smaller sized trees so that the bigger one can grow
faster.

He can reach trees about 35 feed right and left. With his
crane-arm he pulls the tree in front of the harvester where
the branches are cutted so the equipment can drive on this
branches like on a carpet.

Later, on the same alley goes a cran-track (can´t translate
our german expression "Rückezug" ~ shift-truck) who picks up
the trunk-segments to take it on a store.

This day before chrismas (in Germany 24 of December) we
say: have an nice Chismas and a good new year or have nice
(religious) holiday and good silde (to new year)!

Theo

http://home.t-online.de/home/Haslbeck.TF/


TheoI have been looking at some of your older threads when I came across this one which is over 10 years old I was wondering how you forest looks now and have the bigger one grown much bigger and have you any up date photos of this forest.
and I was also wondering what sort of trees they are .
Thanks John
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