Firewood Storage Pictures

mminor Posted By mminor, Nov 15, 2018 at 7:11 PM

  1. FTG-05

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    If you're talking to me, it's my Kubota L4330 with a Skid Steer Attachment Depot 48" grapple and LMC HD box blade. What that pic shows is how I now buck logs; I have the grapple hold the log at waist high, makes it extremely easy to buck logs.
     
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  2. Dobish

    Dobish
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    Nice. I have been toying with the idea of buying a L3750, but just the bucket and the backhoe... i really have no use for it after my initial project of digging out some stumps and re-grading the back yard.
     
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  3. Simonkenton

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    This is my non ventilated wood shed. I leave the door closed. It gets hot in there, and water vapor passes through the wooden walls. I can dry hickory in 10 months to 17 percent moisture content.

    It is 8 x 12, it looks small but you would be surprised how much wood fits in there, I stack it 6 feet high.


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    I also have this pile beneath the kitchen window. This is oak and locust. Takes two years for this wood to dry, it gets a lot of morning sunshine, plus a lot of wind.
     
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  4. Woodsplitter67

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    Thats only part of it.. I didnt includ the 9 cords of white oak in log lenth thats waiting at my brothers that i cut down. Its in piles waiting to be cut into rounds. Will be working on this come January
     
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