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Re: most valuable purchase

Kris Groberg wrote:
> Third, I bought a small chipper-shredder that cleanly and quietly
> takes care of all my yard waste and makes composting a real cinch. I
> am deeply in love with this machine. It's a Troy.

I have been thinking about getting a shredder but don't know much about
them. We have lots of little sticks. Will yours shred them or do you
need to pull them out?  What size do you have?

Anyone else's advice would be more than welcome. I have a half acre lot
with a huge oak (and three of my neighbor's that hang over into the
yard), some large Chinese elms, two large silver maples, and some honey
locust, if that makes a difference. Lots of evergreens too but I'm not
sure I'd be shredding much from them.

229 DeBartolo
University of Notre Dame
Notre Dame, IN 46556 
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