Snigging - definition of snigging by The Free Dictionary
snig (redirected from snigging)
) , snigs
, snigging or snigged
(Forestry) Austral and NZ to drag (a log) along the ground by a chain fastened at one end
[from English dialect]
Past participle: snigged
References in periodicals archive
The Yorkshireman and his snigging
team were hired by Bodnant woodland managers Prior and Ricketts because access to the oak woodland was difficult.
Owner Paula Sells, of Bodfari Horse Logging, said the traditional practice of snigging
- using a horse to remove felled timber - was making a comeback in ecologically-sensitive woodlands.
Horse logging or snigging
is the removal of felled timber.