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  1. 12 December 2016
    Winterizing your forestry machines takes common sense – and time. Don’t neglect it. It takes only a few hours and is much easier to do in your shop where you have all the right tools. Spending just a few hours in your shop can easily save you many more hours trying to fix a dead battery or blown hose out in the woods.
  2. 12 December 2016
    Winterizing your forestry machines takes common sense – and time. Don’t neglect it. It takes only a few hours and is much easier to do in your shop where you have all the right tools. Spending just a few hours in your shop can easily save you many more hours trying to fix a dead battery or blown hose out in the woods.
  3. 12 December 2016
    Winterizing your forestry machines takes common sense – and time. Don’t neglect it. It takes only a few hours and is much easier to do in your shop where you have all the right tools. Spending just a few hours in your shop can easily save you many more hours trying to fix a dead battery or blown hose out in the woods.
  4. 12 December 2016

    The process of purchasing new equipment may seem daunting and overwhelming at first, but careful preparation is the best way to take the stress out of the equipment purchasing equation.

  5. 01 December 2016

    We continue to experience excellent performance and reliability in John Deere U.S. EPA Interim Tier 4 (IT4) and Final Tier 4 (FT4) machines. Millions of hours on John Deere Interim Tier 4/Stage 3B engines have shown that ash service is typically not necessary until the first engine overhaul for machines at or above 175 hp (130 kW).

  6. 01 December 2016

    We continue to experience excellent performance and reliability in John Deere U.S. EPA Interim Tier 4 (IT4) and Final Tier 4 (FT4) machines. Millions of hours on John Deere Interim Tier 4/Stage 3B engines have shown that ash service is typically not necessary until the first engine overhaul for machines at or above 175 hp (130 kW).

  7. 01 December 2016

    We continue to experience excellent performance and reliability in John Deere U.S. EPA Interim Tier 4 (IT4) and Final Tier 4 (FT4) machines. Millions of hours on John Deere Interim Tier 4/Stage 3B engines have shown that ash service is typically not necessary until the first engine overhaul for machines at or above 175 hp (130 kW).

  8. 14 November 2016
    Loggers aren't at the mercy of landowners and mills, but the prices and margins they receive for timber continue to be squeezed. Once you’ve identified new opportunities, having strong business acumen, business savvy and negotiation skills are crucial to success.
  9. 14 November 2016

    As the temperatures begin to drop, now is the time for loggers to ready their machines for cold weather. There are key areas that loggers should be focusing on ensure that their machines are ready to go when the first frost arrives.

  10. 14 November 2016

    Safety inspections should be an essential part of your machine upkeep routine. Not only are safety inspections necessary for the well-being of your crew, they're also an important step to keep your machines operating efficiently. Fortunately, these frequently overlooked practices are some of the easiest to perform.

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