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Hi Folks, does anyone know any sellers of brash bales in either Lancashire or Hertfordshire? or even online who deliver?

Cheers in advance, O

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You could try Jenkinsons,  . Mike Gillette, or Elliot Henderson both run balers.

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Purplexed by the desire for brash bales? AWJ dont use balers any more and generally chip brash straight into the back of a artic.

 

 

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56 minutes ago, hplp said:

tHEPurplexed by the desire for brash bales? AWJ dont use balers any more and generally chip brash straight into the back of a artic.

 

 

Oh ok,.the story was a couple of months ago they had just purchased three new ones, but I will stand corrected on that .

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My understanding is they bought forwarders and are looking for more sites suitable for brash harvesting.

 

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1 minute ago, hplp said:

My understanding is they bought forwarders and are as ever looking for sites suitable for brash harvesting.

 

They have certainly bought forwarders,, and a couple more shredders. I was on a brash lift for them when someone brought it into conversation, however things do change every time a conversation changes hands.

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On ‎27‎/‎05‎/‎2019 at 11:08, hplp said:

Purplexed by the desire for brash bales? AWJ dont use balers any more and generally chip brash straight into the back of a artic.

 

 

Hi - Need them for habitat piles.  Figured brash bales would be easier to transport and only way to ensure we get the lighter stuff that would otherwise be chipped.

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23 hours ago, Stere said:

What will you use em for?

 

Hi - Need it for habitat piles.  Specifically need the lighter thinner timber that would otherwise be chipped on a job.

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Oh for god's sake. Grow something if you want some habitat. Driving brash bales tens/hundreds of miles so someone can look eco-friendly is bullshit.

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