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Forestry Services Ltd

Forestry Services Ltd
Contact person
Paddy Bruton (+)

Unit 3 , Cillin Hill, Dublin Road, Kilkenny, Co. Kilkenny, Ireland

+353 (0) 56 770 2242
+353 (0) 87 657 9352
General info

Forestry Services Ltd provide services in the following areas:

Plantation establishment and management;
Forestry Investment appraisals;
Land procurement for investors;
Forestry valuations;
Forest road construction;
Felling licence applications;
Forest harvesting;
Timber marketing;
Management of forestry from thinning to clearfell;
Native woodland Establishment;
Woodland Improvement & thinning of broadleaf crops;
Year 10 management plans;
Estate management;
Succession planning

See also www.farmadvice.ie


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