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This guide covers a wide variety of wood hogs, shredders and grinders designed to process wood waste and residuals. From sawmill to logging to pallet operations, finding good markets for residuals is important. And having the right equipment can make all the difference.

From horizontal to vertical grinders to mobile units, there is a wide variety of grinding machinery. Some involve colorants for creating colored mulch. Others utilize hammermills and fine grinders in connection with pelletizing equipment. This guide is designed to help you locate solutions and machinery for your grinding operation covering the latest technology from major suppliers.

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Ferris Mulch Products Focused on Consistency and Quality

DANBURY, Connecticut — If it’s spring and you’re in the mulch business, it’s time for grinding. And in the case of Percy Ferris and...

Growing Texas-Based Company Recycles Railroad Ties

NACOGDOCHES, Texas – Growth is on the minds of the principals at Bailey Bark Materials, Inc. And well it should be. Since its inception in...

Massachusetts-Based Cook Co. Adds Track Grinder, Its Third Peterson Machine: Utility Work Fuels Business...

UPTON, Massachusetts — It’s been a productive year for the Cook Companies., a contract land clearing business with long ties to New England and...

New England Mulch Business on a Steady Growth Trajectory: P.R. Russell Relies on HogZilla...

BRENTWOOD, New Hampshire — P.R. Russell, a New Hampshire-based company that manufactures mulch, has been on a steady growth trajectory, and the company expanded...

Beauty from The Beast: Akron’s Finest Mulch in Ohio is using The Beast Model...

It’s a hot one in the grinding yard at Akron’s Finest Mulch. The thermometer says it’s in the mid-90s shortly after 1 p.m. at...

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