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    Professional Pruners, Trimming Equipment

    I happened upon this company when searching for a good tree repair product as well as tree wrap, etc. This company manufactures a tree protection, repair product as well as they handle a series of professional pruners, trimming tools, etc. Recently, there was some discussion about where to find really high quality pruners and shears for working in gardening and with bushes. This company handles a very comprehensive line of nursery and gardening equipment for a wide variety of tasks. Everything from wood falling axes, wedges, and log handling equipment, this family owned business has it.

    Sprayers, commercial snow removal equipment for sidewalks, articulating tractors, flail mowers and this companies focus is always on quality professional products, not cheap throw away tools......

    Based out of Conway, Massachusetts and Family owned. Check out the wide variety of high quality specialized tools and equipment they offer.


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    This is what your link gives me -

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    Quote Originally Posted by coaltrain View Post
    This is what your link gives me -
    Worked for me earlier but not now.
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    The link works just fine for me. It is an HTTPS connection so all data is encrypted in transport. Not sure why you'd get that popup.

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    Oops. I'm at work and I think we force HTTPS connections to external websites. If it tries to take you to the site with HTTP, try changing it to HTTPS and see if that helps.
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    It looks like they use an SSL certificate from Let's Encrypt. They are valid for 90 days. And it looks like the last time it was issued was this morning at 7:59 this morning. Chance are great that you just happened to hit the site just as someone was configuring the site to use the new SSL certificate.
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