William Bronson wrote:
You have chainsaws that will presumably whip right through these limbs.
How about a crib or jig that holds a bunch of wood so that all of it can be sliced into lengths of less than an inch.
Like bundling together carrots so you can cut a whole handful at once.
Still a lot of work.
Of the alternatives, I favor making charcoal or hugels.
use them to build wattle fences, hugels, corduroy walking paths, burn the wood for its NPK content, etc.
James Freyr wrote:I've been curious about home chipper/shredders myself and would like to further Lorraines question and ask if you guys were using the kind with knives or if they were the hammer mill variety. I've seen one advertised on tv before and it looks too good to be true. Has anyone used the much larger kind powered by a tractor PTO?