Monthly Archives: July 2014

Hinge Cutting Mistake: Why you should never cut at a downward angle when hinge cutting trees for deer habitat

Many tree fellers ignore the instructions in their chainsaw manual, choosing to make a back cut with a downward angle when conventionally felling trees and when hinge cutting for whitetail deer habitat. This is a dangerous practice that takes a

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Hinge cut bedding area for whitetail deer

This video shows the cutting of over 100 trees by one man in 2 hours on a south facing hillside. This area is currently used for deer bedding, including doe beds and buck beds, but so is the other side

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