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Tree Trimming Companies Are Great Sources for Mulch

By Skiekitty
February 26, 2015

If you need mulch and lots of it, contact a local tree trimming company. Usually they're willing to just give you the mulch for free if you can come and pick it up, or they'll charge you a nominal delivery fee if they're in the area.

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Name: susy beaty
il. (Zone 5a)
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sipgirl3
Mar 1, 2015 6:29 PM CST
ok guys. Heres a site i found out about yesterday. You might want to sign up. Its for tree companies and they have it in their database what you want, how much etc. its called chipero. Go sign up.....yesterday!!!
Name: Toni
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Skiekitty
Mar 1, 2015 9:29 PM CST
Susy - uh... what's the link?
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SCurtis
Mar 4, 2015 12:46 PM CST
Man i'm so jealous, I have been trying so hard to find a good place to get woodchips or mulch for relatively free and yet have found any luck. Yours looks great though. I signed up for chipero thanks so much Susy! the website is: https://www.chipero.com/. Chipero isn't really in my area yet but I'm still hoping it works. I need them to fill in my dog run and use some on my garden woodchips are awesome!
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