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1 Does Money Grow on Trees?

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3 Biosphere – a renewable resource Future Market Trends High quality timber Oil replaced by the biosphere -Fabric material -Fuel Oil replaced by the biosphere -Fabric material -Fuel As finite resources become scarcer there will be a greater demand on renewables:

4 Science – Ecological Engineering Added value from agroforestry

5 Many factors determine markets Market Factors Size and type of woodland Timescale Location

6 Forestry Income No waste – ‘from trunk to twig’ - High Income - Medium Income - Low Income

7 Adding Value: Increasing Income Post – Harvest Processing Products Pre-Harvest Tree shaping (pruning)

8 Mistletoe Fruit, nuts, seeds, herbs, flowers, meat Oils Charcoal and biochar Honey Pharmaceutical & Cosmetics Mushrooms Saps Moss Non Timber Forest Products Increasing Income Woodland recreation Fuels

9 Innovation NEED VALUE INVESTMENT PAST SKILLS TRAIL & ERROR

10 Co-operatives Machinery sharing Marketing Wholesale Co-operative Cutting Costs Planning

11 Sweet Chestnut 1Ha SWEETCHESTNUT WITH TRAILER & POINTER INCOME QUANTITY £/ha/yr EXPENSES£/yr Assumptions Posts (1.4 to 1.6 m) 2,500£400 Felling labour£64 8 £120/ day 5,000£800 Pointing stakes labour£ day - with pointer blades Poles 900£54 Firewood labour£32 4 day - with splitter 2,500£150 Pea Sticks (25/ bundle) 50not inc Post pointer£173 new, no hire H&S 100not inc Forestry trailer with crane£450 new, no hire H&S Firewood 45 m 2 £270 Log splitter£40 new, no hire H&S 60 m 2 £360 Fuel£17 £255 for harvest Min Total Max Total Average Total Income Total Expenses£796/yr Days labour14.5 Profit 1 (£/ha/yr)£221before grants Increase Method Profit (£/ha/yr)Labour (days) 1 ha trailer, pointer£ JMS-900TR

12 Sweet Chestnut 1Ha SWEETCHESTNUT WITH LOADER & POINTER INCOME QUANTITY £/ha/yr EXPENSES£/yrAssumptions Posts (1.4 to 1.6 m) 2,500£400 Felling labour£8010 £120/ day 5,000£800 Pointing stakes labour£ day - with pointer blades Poles 900£54 Firewood labour£32 4 day - with splitter 2,500£150 Pea Sticks (25/ bundle) 50not inc Post pointer£173new, no hire H&S 100not inc Front loader forest blade£84new, no hire H&S Firewood 45 m 2 £270 Log splitter£40 new, no hire H&S 60 m 2 £360 Fuel£20£300 for harvest Min Total Max Total Average Total Income Total Expenses£449/yr Days labour16.5(increase: 2 days/ yr) Profit 1 (£/ha/yr)£568before grants Increase£347/ha /yr Method Profit (£/ha/yr)Labour (days) 1 ha trailer, pointer£ ha loader, pointer£ Riko Forestry Loader Blade

13 Sweet Chestnut 1Ha SWEETCHESTNUT WITH LOADER & CHAINSAW INCOME QUANTITY £/ha/yr EXPENSES£/yrAssumptions Posts (1.4 to 1.6 m) 2,500£400 Felling labour£8010 £120/ day 5,000£800 Pointing stakes labour£96 12 day - with pointer blades Poles 900£54 Firewood labour£32 4 day - with splitter 2,500£150 Pea Sticks (25/ bundle) 50not inc Chainsaw£18new 100not inc Front loader forest blade£84new, no hire H&S Firewood 45 m 2 £270 Log splitter£40 new, no hire H&S 60 m 2 £360 Fuel£34£500 for harvest Min Total Max Total Average Total Income Total Expenses£384/yr Days labour26(increase: 9.5 days/ yr) Profit 1 (£/ha/yr)£633before grants Increase£65/ha /yr Method Profit (£/ha/yr)Labour (days) 1 ha trailer, pointer£ ha loader, pointer£ ha loader chainsaw£63326

14 Sweet Chestnut 5 Ha SWEETCHESTNUT WITH TRAILER & POINTER INCOME QUANTITY £/ha/yr EXPENSES£/yrAssumptions Posts (1.4 to 1.6 m) 2,500£2,000 Felling labour£ £120/ day 5,000£4,000 Pointing stakes labour£ day - with pointer blades Poles 900£270 Firewood labour£ day - with splitter 2,500£750 Pea Sticks (25/ bundle) 50not inc Post pointer£173 new, no hire H&S 100not inc Forestry trailer with crane£450 new, no hire H&S Firewood 45 m 2 £1,350 Log splitter£40 new, no hire H&S 60 m 2 £1,800 Fuel£85 £1275 for harvest Min Total Max Total Average Total Income Total Expenses£1,328/yr Days labour72.5 Profit 1 (£/ha/yr)£751before grants Increase /ha /yr Method Profit (£/ha/yrLabour (days) 1 ha trailer, pointer£ ha loader, pointer£ ha loader chainsaw£ ha trailer, pointer£

15 Sweet Chestnut 5Ha SWEETCHESTNUT WITH LOADER & POINTER INCOME QUANTITY £/ha/yr EXPENSES£/yrAssumptions Posts (1.4 to 1.6 m) 2,500£2,000 Felling labour£40050 £120/ day 5,000£4,000 Pointing stakes labour£ day - with pointer blades Poles 900£270 Firewood labour£ day - with splitter 2,500£750 Pea Sticks (25/ bundle) 50not inc Post pointer£173new 100not inc Front loader forest blade£84new, no hire H&S Firewood 45 m 2 £1,350 Log splitter£40 new, no hire H&S 60 m 2 £1,800 Fuel£100£1500 for harvest Min Total Max Total Average Total Income Total Expenses£1,057/yr Days labour82.5(increase: 10 days/ yr) Profit 1 (£/ha/yr)£806before grants Increase£55/ha /yr Method Profit (£/ha/yr)Labour (days) 1 ha trailer, pointer£ ha loader, pointer£ ha loader chainsaw£ ha trailer, pointer£ ha loder, pointer£

16 Sweet Chestnut 5Ha SWEETCHESTNUT WITH LOADER & CHAINSAW INCOME QUANTITY £/ha/yr EXPENSES£/yrAssumptions Posts (1.4 to 1.6 m) 2,500£2,000 Felling labour£40050 £120/ day 5,000£4,000 Pointing stakes labour£ day - with pointer blades Poles 900£270 Firewood labour£160 4 day - with splitter 2,500£750 Pea Sticks (25/ bundle) 50not inc Chainsaw£18new 100not inc Front loader forest blade£84new, no hire H&S Firewood 45 m 2 £1,350 Log splitter£40 new, no hire H&S 60 m 2 £1,800 Fuel£170£2550 for harvest Min Total Max Total Average Total Income Total Expenses£1,352/yr Days labour130(increase: 47.5 days/ yr) Profit 1 (£/ha/yr)£747before grants Increase-£59/ha /yr Method Profit (£/ha/yr)Labour (days) 1 ha trailer, pointer£ ha loader, pointer£ ha loader chainsaw £ ha trailer, pointer£ ha loader, pointer£ ha chainsaw, pointer£747130

17 Summary What are the future Markets? – Services and benefits – Potential oil-well What are the future Markets? – Services and benefits – Potential oil-well Tailor to your situation and commitments Planning Innovation What are today’s markets?

18 Happy Planting! THANK-YOU


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