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New discovery channel show

Discussion in 'Forestry Operations' started by Jeffksf, Nov 10, 2008.

  1. Jeffksf

    Jeffksf Well-Known Member

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    Link is not working
     
  3. Jeffksf

    Jeffksf Well-Known Member

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    Go to their site http://dsc.discovery.com/
    and then go to TV schedule tab at the top, then go to Tuesday for that days listing.
     
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    Saw the commercial last night. It looks like a spin off of the ax men show with more equipment :thumbsup
    I'll have to check it out.
     
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    How big are the trees they are knocking down? What kind of equipment are they using?
     
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    A whole lot of tigercat !!!!!!!!!!:slomo:canada
     
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    i'm watching it right now...they just broke a track and are actually going to show the fixin' process

    this show could be my new favorite!!

    i dont need to watch trees fall like the other show...i wanna see MORE POWER!!!
     
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    its not bad i like but is not axe men
     
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    next week mule logging oh fun lol
     
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    I could not believe how swamppy it was and the floatation tires were something else. Pretty skilled operator to handle that track like they did, looked like it weighed 1 pound instead of 1 ton . they completed the repair in 1.5 hours, obviously must have done it many times. Pretty cool stump throwing at the end.
     
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    Was deffinetly a cool episode, notice I said episode. The show is called "Extreme Logging" so it looks like it will be a different method for each show. Next week is mule logging:beatsme and then the week after that is helicoptor logging.:eek:
     
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    In 2 weeks they are doing helicopter logging, should be pretty cool

    jason
     
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    I saw the show last night, thought it was pretty cool. Somewhat more infromative than Axe Men more of a business side. I've never seen southern logging before, here in Minnesota we just wait untill winter and the swamps freeze up, makes things much easier.
     
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    I thought the show was cool. I hope they have more of the swamp logging. To me watching a mule pull a tree is like watching paint dry.
     
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    I thought it was a lot better than Ax Men. I also hope they show more swamp logging.
     
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    is their anymore shows i didnt see any more on the guide