How to process harvested timber

By John StavridisBy John Stovridis”The first thing you do is to take out the timber,” he said.

“I will just rip out the whole thing and then I’ll rip it out again.”

It is an incredibly time-consuming process.

He said he is now working on a wood product that can be harvested using the same method as traditional wood processing, but it will be processed in the sun instead of in the forest.

“It’s just so much quicker, it’s much easier,” he told News24.

“You just rip it up, chop it up and then just pour it into a bucket, or you can pour it in a big jug.”

I like it.

“It will take him about six months to process and sell the wood product.”

It is just a way of getting out of the forest, it is just an environmentally friendly thing to do.””

It’s so rewarding to have the product.

It is just a way of getting out of the forest, it is just an environmentally friendly thing to do.”

He said he had a lot of friends that would like to make the same process but had limited space.

“We do have a lot more space now and I think people will find it much more rewarding to do this,” he concluded.

“In the future, if there is demand, maybe we can take a lot bigger bags.”

Mr Smith said the cost to process the timber was about $600 per tonne.

“If it’s $1,000, I’ll make it,” he joked.

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