Wood Chip Management

If you work on a farm, or in another industry that involves wood, then you may wish to think about your wood-chip management technique and consider how you could make money from selling the wood-chip that you produce.

There are a number of ways in which woodchip can be used, but there are two that stand out:

  1. In gardening, as it makes an attractive alternative to plain soil borders, meaning that it can add another level of interest to your garden.
  2. In children’s play areas. Wood-chip is often used in this type of situation, where play equipment is placed on top of it, as it makes the area safe, and means that if children fall they have a slightly softer surface to fall on than they would have done if it had been concrete.

There are certainly a number of ways in which you can make money out of wood-chip production, and considering the fact that this kind of material can be a by-product of other processes, it is almost like a bonus. In order to make as much as possible, your wood-chip management plan has to be spot on, and once this is in place you should find that you have plenty of possibilities.

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