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Bunch Yarding with Radio-controlled Chokers in Coastal British Columbia Second-Growth Timber

Author(s) or contact(s): A.J. MacDonald
Source: Research Branch
Subject: Equipment
Series: FRDA Report
Other details:  Published 1990. Hardcopy is available.
 

Abstract

Two Madill 044 yarding cranes were monitored over a three-week period in 1989 in a Coastal British Columbia stand where chokers were used for yarding mechanically felled and bunched second-growth timber. Productivity, costs, and profitability of the choker system were determined and compared to using grapple systems on the same yarding cranes.

FRDA Research Report 108 (1787 KB)

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