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swampyak
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Logging

Unread postby swampyak » Fri Feb 21, 2020 4:25 pm

Just had some loggers move in on a piece of our land. I deal with land management every day so its nothing new, but still exciting when it's your land.
All to often I think people miss the boat when having there land logged. With some planning it is a great time to get other work done.
Dont forget contracts and dont be scared to think outside the box and try something new



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