Issue 29

Issue 29

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Issue 29 – Forest Machine Magazine

The June issue of the magazine features contractor Cory Schlitter of Schlitter Logging, Iowa, the Rottne H21 D working in Argyll, establishing forests in the 60’s, the ecological role of fire in natural ecosystems and the new Neuson Forest 264 HVT – Neuson’s largest purpose built leveling harvester. Plus all the latest news, latest machinery, classified and puzzles for the young loggers.

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Issue 29 – Forest Machine Magazine

The June issue of the magazine features contractor Cory Schlitter of Schlitter Logging, Iowa, the Rottne H21 D working in Argyll, establishing forests in the 60’s, the ecological role of fire in natural ecosystems and the new Neuson Forest 264 HVT – Neuson’s largest purpose built leveling harvester. Plus all the latest news, latest machinery, classified and puzzles for the young loggers.

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Forest Machine Magazine is owned, written and edited by a forest professional with over 40 years hands on experience. At Forest Machine Magazine we cover all aspects of the forest industry from ground preparation, road building, planting, harvesting, extraction, haulage, saw-milling, health and safety, through to the end product. We visit harvesting sites, contractors, hauliers, and timber processing plants to keep abreast of all the latest news and technology. We carry out product testing of the latest accessories and equipment to improve workers safety and we offer honest and unbiased reviews from professionals working in the industry. Our team of professional operators have tried out the latest harvesting equipment for leading forestry manufacturers.

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Subscribe to Forest Machine Magazine‚Äôs bi-monthly magazine to follow the latest news and stories from the people and companies working at the heart of the forest industry. We offer a young loggers page to engage and encourage the next generation of forestry workers. www.forestmachinemagazine.com

 

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