[NAFEX] Sources for orchard ladders

Phil Norris cousinphil at acadia.net
Sun May 4 12:59:07 EDT 2003


There's a fellow here in Maine, Peter Baldwin, who makes outstanding 
wooden apple ladders.  He has the whole range of sizes in tripod, 
open-topped, and pointed.  They all feature basswood sides and ash 
rungs.  I personally have a 7 foot tripod which is very sturdy, a ten 
foot pointed and a sixteen foot pointed which get me just about 
anywhere in any tree.  If you want to talk to a laid-back guy who 
really knows apple ladders give him a call.

Peter Baldwin
Baldwing Apple Ladders
Brooks, Maine
207 722-3654

Phil Norris

On Sunday, May 4, 2003, at 11:09  AM, Moyer, Richard wrote:

> While thinning fruit, I realize I need a ladder to get me higher and 
> more
> stable on uneven ground.  One of you referred to a Tallman ladder, and 
> I see
> Ladder King also.
> Are there significant differences between tripod orchard ladders, that 
> is
> what features are worth looking for re: safety and durability?
> Thanks,
> Richard Moyer
> Zone 6, East Tenn
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