Yea, the ValleyCrest statement about bagged mulch is off. I have worked along side a ValleyCrest crew for 5 years now. In the spring, I hear plenty of stories about the prior day, when they had 30 guys at a massive apartment complex spreading bulk semi-trucks of hardwood mulch. They do plenty of bulk, and plenty of bagged. Anyway, this is a silly argument. No one has even mentioned or discussed mulch TYPE and the needs and wants of specific customers. I do plenty of bulk, plenty of grade A cyprus and cedar in bags, and plenty of baled opine straw. Customers are different. Mulches come packaged in different forms. Sometimes there is no choice. Do I love taking two pallets of cypress bags to a job? Heck yea- but if I need 10 yards of natural brown bark hardwood, it's getting loaded into my dump truck or dump trailer in bulk. Just makes more sense for me and my labor. Besides, i'm not sure if I can even get good, bagged natural hardwood at my suppliers. NO one around here does hardwood in bags, it's all bulk.