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tri-axle load of stumps to the acre

Discussion in 'General Industry Questions' started by total clearing, Mar 19, 2013.

  1. total clearing

    total clearing Member

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    Does anyone know how many tri-axle loads of stumps could be per acre of natural forest that is not very big? I would say 10 inch the average.
     
  2. jeff45

    jeff45 Active Member

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    depends on the type of tree they all have different size stumps
     
  3. total clearing

    total clearing Member

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    mostly poplar and ash
     
  4. Silveroddo

    Silveroddo Senior Member

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    length x width x height of the box wil give you volume, go to the area and try to do some sampling, pick a few areas, (representitive sample) make sure they are the same size, count densities. correlate these numbers to your acrage and try to pop a few or guess what kind of volume they will make up individially. Error to the side of caution