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Hoping to borrow a broadfork in Denver

 
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I'm hoping to borrow a broadfork for our urban farm, so that I can aerate the beds without turning them over. I'm thinking about buying one, but I'd like to try one out first, since they are quite expensive. Does anyone have one or know of somebody who does? I'm located in Littleton in the Denver Metro area.
 
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