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    Any of that coming from Possum Brush mate?

    Any of that coming from Possum Brush mate?
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    Wow we should start our own club. Port stephens...

    Wow we should start our own club. Port stephens angophora millers.
    From what I've seen timber in these parts is full of termites or twisted to hell. Come up taree way you get plenty of quality...
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    Yeah mate its the Panther Mill II 36". I've got a...

    Yeah mate its the Panther Mill II 36". I've got a chinese 72cc saw that might cut some smaller stuff. If you've got timber lying on the ground we could give it a go. Just need a ladder or some such...
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    More like Bushfire fuel than termite food

    More like Bushfire fuel than termite food
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    Webster, I live in Nelson Bay but have land...

    Webster,

    I live in Nelson Bay but have land up near Taree. I have a panther mill but haven't managed to use it yet. You are welcome to borrow it, you can't really break em. We get heaps of...
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    Traditional wisdom says that for milling are...

    Traditional wisdom says that for milling are looking at a 95 to 120cc saw, think either husky or stihl. Personally I wouldn't drop a tree with these saws, it's like picking up a elephant to brush...
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    I was thinking of doing this, initially they seem...

    I was thinking of doing this, initially they seem really cheap doing it that way but:

    Say you can get a 562xp from the US for $780US

    That's $1004 Aus so you will get GST on import plus...
  8. Thread: New saw

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    Did ya rip posts with it?

    Did ya rip posts with it?
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    New saw

    Heya,

    Currently looking at purchasing a new saw to replace my Chinese copies. I'm definitely a Husky man as everyone I know is using them and the few I've used are great to use. I'm looking for a...
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    Mill that old tree into Vinyl

    http://www.iflscience.com/plants-and-animals/what-do-tree-rings-sound-when-played-record

    Imagine the price per cube on those bad boys, and every ones an original :D:D
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    Ahhh ok got it... Thanks. I'll let you know how I...

    Ahhh ok got it... Thanks. I'll let you know how I get on.
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    Yeah OK I understand, thanks Still not sure...

    Yeah OK I understand, thanks

    Still not sure what "Bar is dressed square" means
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    Thanks Bobl, Some good advice. The saw...

    Thanks Bobl,

    Some good advice. The saw doesn't owe me anything and I really bought it to just see what it could do, its eaten up everything I've thrown at it so far including some 24 inch...
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    Yeah I understand the whole setup now, no real...

    Yeah I understand the whole setup now, no real reason to get a smaller mill when you can adjust them smaller, I am waiting on one of these http://www.pantherpros.com/panthermill2.html in 42",...
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    If the local mill is offering those species...

    If the local mill is offering those species chances are that's because its available locally and hence the species most likely used originally. Although from my time in Sydney I don't remember...
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    Consider these as well...

    Consider these as well http://www.pantherpros.com/index.html

    You pay to ship them from the US (about $140 Aus) but I landed a 40 inch mill for under $300.
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    Chainsaw mill questions

    Hi Guys,

    I'm looking at getting a Granberg to start slabbing some timber from the farm for personal use at first and also maybe some rails etc for fencing.

    At this stage I'm not sure what...
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    I guess so, it just seems weird they don't have...

    I guess so, it just seems weird they don't have something that does this already. Surely I'm not the only one looking to skid logs with a tractor :o
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    Skidding with the tractor

    Hi guys,

    I've been hunting for a skidding bar or some such that I can attach to the 3 point linkage of the tractor. Can anyone direct me to something available in Australia other than those fancy...
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    I hope you get your cash mate. .. That must feel...

    I hope you get your cash mate. .. That must feel awful. .. On a side note you've got me thinking about markets for my Flooded gum, given I can't afford a lucas yet does it mill alright with a...
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    What are the beams to be used for Sigidi? ...

    What are the beams to be used for Sigidi?

    Asking cos I've got Flooded Gum growing out the wazoo here in NSW and can't find anyone that wants them for anything but chip.
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    Hey MV, I get regular pole price updates from a...

    Hey MV, I get regular pole price updates from a buyer. The prices though are for delivered, so even though the buyer will even come to you fell, snig, debark and load the logs, your return will be...
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    DamienD, Make sure your familiar with your...

    DamienD,

    Make sure your familiar with your State's laws around Private Native Forestry, in NSW it took 2 years for us to come to an agreement with the State Govt around what areas could and...
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    Private Native Forestry Management

    Hi All,

    Seems to be a dead forum but in case anyone is looking at Private Native Foresty I thought I'd post my blog on the challenges that are met along the way.


    Available here

    Enjoy
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    Who the hell is paying $8000 a cube? I want in!

    Who the hell is paying $8000 a cube? I want in!
  26. On this issue jcm89, In NSW you can harvest...

    On this issue jcm89, In NSW you can harvest timber on your own property for use on your own property, once you want to sell it things change. You need a Property Vegetation Plan, a 15 year approval...
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    The other potential effect is that as forest gets...

    The other potential effect is that as forest gets locked up for carbon it will reduce the amount of forest available for harvesting. For a grower it means potentially a higher price per cube and...
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    Hi, I'm new to the forums but have been...

    Hi,

    I'm new to the forums but have been watching for a while, I have a private native forest in NSW which means some different issues to what you are dealing with but some similarities in terms of...
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