Uki Saw Mill a Biocharians dream come true


Today a friend and I went on a MAN tour of our local sawmill. It was such a great place. Some of the fattest logs I have ever seen where getting cut in half by the biggest saw blade I had ever seen. This place is fantastic from more than one perspective. It is an old school mill where the men didn’t even need gloves their hands were so tuff. Big Man sheds and Bigger Man toys like a monster log pickeruperer but nothing bigger or better to this Biocharian than the waste wood pile that the boys said I can take as much wood as I can carry all day everyday what a complete dream.

Check out the photos….

Fat LogsWood Pile from UKI saw millSawdust

Things I learnt today Include.

A. The formula for spreading biochar 10 tonnes to the hectare breaks down to 1 kg per meter squared.

B. If you don’t ask you don’t get

C. There is more than just me out there interested in biochar.

D. The real price of Biochar

Dolph Cooke

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About Charmaster

Male 45, Australian crazy about biochar. I love the feeling I get when I do something I thought I could not do. Intrests are :- Biochar, Bush Mechanics, Quantum Agriculture, Gardening, Composting, Alternative health through nature, helping others, Dreaming BIG then actioning those dreams.

3 Responses to “Uki Saw Mill a Biocharians dream come true”

  1. Cliff March 2, 2011 at 7:09 pm #

    I live on the Goldcoast and was want know what
    sort of bio Kilm do you use.

    Cliff Pamment

  2. admin March 3, 2011 at 5:37 pm #

    Hello Cliff,

    I use anything I can get my hands on have you seen my free videos ?
    Currently we are building a masonary Adam retort which can hold 1 tonne of biomass pretty exciting.

    I have used Bigchar 1000 , Beginner char Mk1 and Mk2, Toocan, Rising phoneix (project 540), 22in44,
    many other ones without names. I am addicted and can not get enough of Biochar so I started an Industry : )

    Hope you will join me

    Charmaster Dolph

  3. Jane Mulligan October 25, 2011 at 7:32 pm #

    Dear Mr Dolph,
    We produce biochar on a much greater scale. We would like to market our product at $350 per cubic meter. Do you think this is a fair price and do you know anyone who would like to use some in crop trials.

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