[Market-farming] Mulch Question and Request for Advice
mf at austinfarm.org
Thu Jul 3 10:14:37 EDT 2008
On Wed, Jul 02, 2008 at 02:52:56PM -0500, mcoldiron wrote:
> As mentioned in my original post, I have plenty of elm and mesquite wood
> available for mulching. Anyone know of a good pto chipper that will handle
> about 10" logs? Also need a good splitter.
I haven't seen a PTO chipper that will do 10" wood. I have a PTO
chipper I bought maybe 15 years ago to chip peach prunings. Used it
one season and decided it was much easier to shred the prunings in
windrows between the peach tree rows. I did once rent a self powered
chipper that was MUCH easier to use because it had powered feed.
My chipper is available; it's been sitting in the barn for more than 10
years. I think it's rated for 3" wood. Cost about $1700, as I recall.
Make an offer. I wouldn't want to fool with crating it for shipping.
I'm near Austin.
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