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Stew-shl

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  1. That's not a bad shout , I have seen a couple for sale but do wonder if there is anyone making a similar machine that is slightly larger .
  2. Hi chaps , first post on here so go easy. I've been hunting around for a solution to the ever growing pile of green waste in my yard. We have our own composting bays but need to purchase a chipper/shredder for the larger branches/thicker hedge cuttings that can't be composted. We have access to a 200bhp John Deere tractor so were thinking of a Pto driven unit but struggling to work out what to go for? or if such a thing exists to deal with the smaller smaller waste . I've seen a few 8 inch chippers but would these realistically deal with the bulky waste? I also haven't ruled out a towable shredder but everything I've searched seems to be chippers. Any help would be much appreciated.

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