horse logging

Brooks, Maine -12/8/ 21 With the temperature at 21 degrees, Drew Houser uses his Suffolk Punch draft horses to move logs he cut down at his Two Tides Horse Farm. He has been horse logging for ten years clearing land the traditional way which is gaining popularity again because it is a sustainable form of logging. It’s easier in the colder months to pull logs with horses because the ground is harder, but he still works. year-round. The Suffolk Punch horses are a rare breed with only about 1200 left in the USA.