ATV Logging and Pick up

 

 

Low impact log salvage using traditional style log arches and a custom log retrieving trailer.

 

Log moving arches have been around for centuries and were traditionally pulled by horse or oxen. They use leverage and winches to displace the weight of a log and float it off the ground, minimizing lawn damage and soil compaction. Log Arches can be pulled by an ATV or tractor eliminating the need for large equipment. Two sizes of log arches. The Buck Arch can move logs up to 24 inches in diameter and can fit through a fence gate with a width of 39 inches, making backyard trees and logs accessible to the mill that would otherwise not have been. The Mega Arch can move logs up to 44 inches in diameter and up 12 feet long or 5000lbs.


Accessible logs can be picked up for milling with the log retrieving trailer (CLICK HERE to watch video). For more information please contact me.

Cherry Salvage
Cherry Salvage

Salvaging a large uprooted Black Cherry

Cherry Salvage
Cherry Salvage

Cutting a Large uprooted Black Cherry tree into saw-logs.

Cherry Salvage
Cherry Salvage

Showing off a large Black Cherry Disk.

ATV Skidder
ATV Skidder

Salvaging Oak Logs in Halton region woodlot with the ATV and log arch.

Cherry Salvage
Cherry Salvage

Two different size logs arches being use to pull out Black Cherry Logs from the bush behind a home.

Custom Made Log Trailer
Custom Made Log Trailer

Black Cherry Logs loaded up with a 10000 lbs winch and on route to the mill.

Urban Logging
Urban Logging

Picking up a Walnut log in a backyard.

Urban Logging
Urban Logging

Picking up a Walnut log in a backyard.

Wood Lot Salvage
Wood Lot Salvage

Pulling out a dead White Oak tree in a wood lot.