Snedding – preparing logs with a chainsaw

By woodlandstv

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In the final part of the tree felling series David Rossney trims the limbs from the main trunk. Using the forester's measuring tape and chainsaw he then cuts the trunk into 2 metre lengths. http://woodlands.co.uk

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Yes sir. Over here in the land formerly known as the Land of Opportunity you have to cut corners when and where you can if you are going to make even a small living. The government hacks have all kinds of nice ideas that stifle your ability to make money. Then they turn around and totally miseducate the masses about what is happening out here. The work is tough but dealing with these morons is far tougher.


April 6, 2013

I'm a sub and i like watching your videos but at 3:00 did you forget the chainbrake was on?


October 31, 2013

Two things David, first – always put your saw on log when moving branches away, and hold it with one hand, there is no need for saw to hang down like in Your case. And second – always move timbem in way "light to heavy", meaning do not move heavy logs, move the light ones. Overall good performance, You worked in safety manner. Still have time to learn.

Jackmann Jack

March 1, 2017

Do they shatter into shards that get lodged in you eye?

Electricity taster

January 5, 2018

Because it's the right hand.

Electricity taster

January 5, 2018

You’re very well spoken, I wouldn’t of thought a guy with such a well spoken vocabulary would do “riff raff” hard chainsaw manual labour work.


June 3, 2018

This saw is amazing!>>> ur2.pl/762    So much power and definitely a professional grade machine.

Gustavo Miguel Sosa

September 7, 2018

Back hurts watching this

Bear Woodcraft

February 26, 2020