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Old 04-28-2014, 06:58 AM   #1
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Is it Good Lumbering Practice?

About 7 years ago Finch Pruyn lumbered our lease property. They used a big machine to cut the timber. Because of wet spots they laid down a layer of branches and limbs along the logging roads. Its not much better off the roads either.

Seven years later its still hard to walk without breaking an ankle. Is this considered best practice? Its hard to sightsee when you constantly have to look where you walk. Its very unsightly too.

Are there any benefits to this procedure? Anyone else have this problem?
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