Welcome to our website

*** If you have visited this site for details of the machinery being sold off by the BHLCT please visit the Machinery Sale page in the BHLCT area ***

We are an independent group formed to represent those either working horses in forestry or anyone interested in the art of horse logging and supporting the skill. The British Horse Loggers is also the only national body representing those working in the industry.

Our aim is to promote horse logging as a viable and sustainable option within modern forestry, showcasing the benefits to both our woodlands and our horses. We are also continuing to use a traditional and important skill.

Horse logging offers an efficient flexible approach to timber extraction with a wide range of both traditional and modern equipment available. The horses can work through the full range of woodland operations from first thinnings through to extracting the final crop. They are a low impact and sympathetic tool particularly when it comes to the management of ancient woodland and archaeologically important sites.

Working horses are ideally suited to steep sites, wet sites and environmentally sensitive areas where mechanical extraction is either not welcome or cannot access without excessive damage. Horse logging can work efficiently alongside a tractor operation if necessary. The use of horses can minimise damage to existing crops, coppiced stools and areas of regeneration. They also have the option to work in small areas where felling to provide an extraction route can be kept to a minimum. It also reduces compaction and damage to the woodland floor whilst giving no pollution from fossil fuels.

We offer practical support in many forms both to members already working horses in woodland environments and to those wishing to begin. We hope that this also offers opportunities to non-working members who seek us out purely for the pleasure of seeing the horses worked as they can be and supporting the industry.

Closely associated with the BHL is the British Horse Loggers Charitable Trust (BHLCT) which shares this website. The BHLCT runs an apprenticeship scheme, provides small grants to BHL members, owns machinery for hire and organises demonstration events.

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As you look through our website you will see that we strive to offer excellent learning opportunities through a variety of courses, an industry based insurance scheme for working members and a market place for the buying and selling of horses and related items. We also try to organise progress events around the country giving opportunities to all to visit woodlands being worked with horses. With all of these benefits we hope to encourage more of you to join us and support the use of horses in forestry which could either be your own or those belonging to others.

For those of you seeking this website to find a horse logging contractor we have both a Professional Register which offers a list of approved working members and a list offering the details of other working members.