"I agree, I have thinned twice and lost 3 important trees that either couldn't tolerate the wind without the other trees next to them or the weight of the skidder damaged their roots. I think it's just something to be prepared for…"
A zoom in of this image will show the re thinning that we did this winter. next step is removal of stumps and smoothing the ground, then seeding. We intend to be able to brush hog this year to knock out the big weeds.Intention: more grazing area for…
"I am in year 2 of doing a Silvopasture in Greene County, NY.
Grazing sheep in an old over grown agricultural field. I removed trees instead of planted. Kept oaks and sugar maples.
Contacting me is ok. "
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