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New harvester developed for woody biomass crops

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New harvester developed for woody biomass crops
An Australian company has developed an upright harvester-chipper that can cut and chip mid-sized trees in one continuous operation.


October 13, 2010
By Canadian Biomass

Oct. 13,
2010 – An Australian company has developed an upright
harvester-chipper that can cut and chip mid-sized trees in one continuous
operation. Biosystems Engineering designed and built the pre-production
prototype in collaboration with the Future Farm Industries Cooperative Research
Centre and the Western Australia Department of Environment and Conservation.

Read an article about the harvester-chipper by Matt Cawood in Stock and Land: sl.farmonline.com.au/news/nationalrural/machinery-and-equipment/machinery/biomass-harvester-destined-for-overseas/1966481.aspx.

Visit the company’s website: www.biosystems.com.au.

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