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Discussion in 'Heavy Equipment & Pavement' started by ARP, Feb 15, 2009.
Always impressed with how good of care you take of your equipment! That says a lot about a company!
Love the updates and photos Andrew. Keep up the good work!
Andrew, have you been coloring mulch at all? Was curious about that operation and the logistics of it.
Hi Coopers- We only color mulch in the spring time. Our mulch season out here runs from late March to the end of June.
Everything is looking good Andrew. I'm looking at buying an 08' T320 w/ forestry package, grapple, mulcher, auger, forks. 600hrs. Private seller, never been on concrete. Used at his farm. Asking $26k
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Which mulcher ? Sounds like you need to jump on that deal !
Ah okay I was wondering if you had a certain set of months to operate in. Do you run the coloring attachments through your grinder or a trommel?
That sounds like something you need to go look at!!
Those CBI grinders are a hell of a machine my brother works at CBI building them, they are built in Newton NH, the next town up from Plaistow, NH right off rte 125. I know right where you were doing that clearing project on Interstate 95.
Coopers- we color our mulch by injecting liquid colorant into the grinding chamber of our grinder.
Krazy- that machine sounds like it might be good deal. Any pictures of the machines and attachments?
redneck farmer- Yes, I am a fan of CBI grinders. They can definitely put out some serious amount of ground wood. We finished that 95 job and are now 10 mins away in Haverhill on 495 clearing along the highway with the 160 before they repave it.