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Old 06-14-2003, 08:09 AM
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depends on teh machine. i know one yard that has a 3 yard bucket and others with 1/2 yards
They write up a scoop as 1/2 yd here.But its a heaping scoop from a kubota.2 scoops looks awful heavy in bed of new f150.But 4 don't look like its heavy at all in my f350dually.I charge 30.00 per scoop installed.I pay 10.00 bucks per scoop.
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Old 06-14-2003, 10:46 AM
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Don't forget that prices also depend on the type of mulch. I have $240 worth of mulch in the back of my trailer now. That's 4 yards of color enhanced cocoa mulch. The darkest and longest lasting mulch we have in this area. My price for it is almost $60/yd -- I charge around $90/yard to have it installed. Do plenty of it too.

It's what all the "nice" houses have these days!
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