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annetteandchris
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PostPosted: Sat Jan 20, 2018 11:20 am 
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Hiya...
were Annette and Chris, and we urgently need a wood chiper, is there anyone out there that has one for sale...hope so.
we will also pay for delivery.
you can also contact us at...
087-746-9596
  
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PostPosted: Sat Jan 20, 2018 11:41 am 
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You've tried BGBay on Facebook?
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PostPosted: Sun Jan 21, 2018 9:54 am 
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I did a quick search on BGBay on their behalf and there don't appear to be any.

I don't know how powerful a machine you want but DIY stores such as Praktiker do have them, albeit electric ones, which are probably OK for occasional use with smaller branches.

Praktiker

Or from a more specialised online shop....

Onlinemashini

But for more power and longer use you'll need a petrol-powered one and it's more expensive, of course..

Playing around with a Google search might find you something.

Google Search

Tip: I often find it useful to select 'photos' for the Google search results then if you see something that looks suitable, click the photo to go to the connected website.

I found this one with a search but it's possibly more than you want to pay.

https://www.olx.bg/ad/drobilka-za-kloni-ID5VBuq.html#3802f1bcf8
  

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PostPosted: Sun Jan 21, 2018 10:16 am 
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Very sorry MOD, I forgot to embed the links and the long links are now causing cut-off problems with the display of the thread.

Unfortunately, I also can't now see the 'edit' button to correct my mistake. Sad

OK - I've managed to sort it myself now, MOD. In case you or anyone else is interested, I abandoned my normal Opera browser and moved across to Firefox, which also still had the posting text cutoff on the RHS. I then used my Firefox add-on program 'Adblock' to inhibit the elements to the RHS of the thread and lo and behold, I could see the 'edit' button again. Edited and correctly embedded links and all is now OK for both browsers (Yay!) Laughing
  
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PostPosted: Sun Jan 21, 2018 8:21 pm 
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OK - I've managed to sort it myself now, MOD. In case you or anyone else is interested, I abandoned my normal Opera browser and moved across to Firefox, which also still had the posting text cutoff on the RHS. I then used my Firefox add-on program 'Adblock' to inhibit the elements to the RHS of the thread and lo and behold, I could see the 'edit' button again. Edited and correctly embedded links and all is now OK for both browsers (Yay!) Laughing


Going over the Firefox is the way we do it too, but it's not 100% infallible! Wink
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PostPosted: Mon Jan 22, 2018 5:22 am 
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A couple of very useful tips there Erehwon, both the Google search via images, which I concur has proved very useful on a few occasions to pinpoint potential items, and also the 'top tip' to resolve the annoying issue of the long URL recovery! I don't tend to use a wide range of browsers, as my search needs are less sophisticated these days, but I'm game for a laugh and may try that fix the next time I goof up a URL on here.

I've tried to discipline myself to convert with the 'Tiny-url' site whenever I post on this site, but as I often use my iPad, 'Safari' doesn't like switching between tabs to copy and paste the relevant conversion, so I've found I have to use my 'Notes' function to compose any long posts or whilst minimising URLs, then 'copy and paste' the whole into threads on here!

Rather mandrolic for this hi-tech world I know, but as Horace once said - "Nothing is perfect, seen from all sides"! As to the original latin 'infallabilis' notion 'TheMOD', I'm slightly confused by the "not 100% infallible" concept, which would infer through the combined use of a double negative and the statistical inference, that the method involving 'Firefox' is possibly doomed to failure on some platforms (mine most probably). I should emphasise my Latin credentials are confined to sea wrack on the Irish coast (identification thereof) and human anatomy more generally, but I struggle to conjugate a verb even in English some days, in fact it invokes ahedonia!

Of course the King James Bible (amongst many other versions) considers the human notion of infallibleness to be a virtue defined in 'absolute' terms and referenced only to 'God' (2 Timothy 3:16 and 2 Peter 1:20 et al). Meanwhile the followers of the many faiths observed by homo sapiens (together with belief systems of their less primitive ancestors of course) on this planet, would probably contest that concept, given the various Gods and belief systems that proliferate (or are non existent) amongst different cultures, much like web browsers on different platforms.

One can only speculate what we might get up to, if we try screwing up another planet led by the Snowflake fraternity with their (potentially evolved) metacarpal phalangeal joints once of course humans have resolved their ergonomic problems. Indeed, 'Some Lovers Try Positions That They Can't Handle' (for the medically mnemomically challenged try Google) it's too much opposition leading to RSI and CTS with Trapezium and Trapezoid carpal-metacarpal stress, and that's not bollox, its all absolutely Pollex!!

So, despite the underlying binary '010101', (a winner) if Pontoon's your preferred decimal game or the world of hexadecimal version just turns your monitor black, then I guess it's horses for courses and all that! Depending on your position of faith - in web browsers I mean!?! Of course, language is a whole other issue when you want to find a cheap wood chipper (or anything else for that matter), because as 'MW' has pointed out on another thread computerised Bg/Eng translations can be fraught with unintended consequences. Of course as an old Python fan I may also go off the rails with Ruby, but only when engaged with the full Monty!

Yes I know I'm off piste, but as to environmentally friendly wood chippers, you really can't beat a decent Beaver lodge, and none of them are paid up Masons either, so you won't need to learn any funny paw shakes! On a more practical front however, and depending on the landscape 'Annetteandchris' are developing, the permaculture approach to the use of wood for Hugelkultur application may prove more economic in the short term, and wood ash can be a very helpful plant mineral nutrient when used in moderation; it's also a useful base additive to reduce excessive soil acidity.
  
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PostPosted: Mon Jan 22, 2018 7:51 am 
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Isn't it near time for another bath, Mr X? Wink
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I have one that works from the PTO on the tractor, but a bit of a disappointment so far. Firstly it arrived with homemade blades that shredded/chipped nothing.... when we took them out and photographed them and sent the uploaded pictures to both the Bulgarian supplier and the Chinese manufacturer, I got a swift reply from the Bulgarian supplier telling me that the manufacturer had sent the machines without the cutting blades SO, they had decided to make their own, which they admitted was a mistake... Rolling Eyes

In all fairness, they did offer to refund my money and take the machine back (having a good Lawyer and letting them know this fact helps tremendously,) albeit, I said I would wait for the manufacturer's blades - two weeks later, their 'engineer' turns up with the blades plus a spare set as a present and fits them. Okay, it works, but does not like the small fresh stuff, it prefers dry branches which kind of defeats the object, but I'll manage. I have so far got two 3 tonne trailer loads of wood chippings which I was saving for my new large greenhouse (haven't got that yet either), but seeing just how much the Sheep churn up their patch and the paths leading to and from my walled area, I used it there as a path and that works well.

Now, I am talking about an investment of a few thousand Lv. not some small electric branch shredder from Praktiker of the like so it would be interesting to know what kind of 'Drobilka' the OP is wanting? You can spend a small fortune on this machines if they're big and powerful, but they could pay their return if you own a forest and wish to sell the wood chippings or go down the 'Garden of Eden' way of growing your veggies and whatnot. Wink
  
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PostPosted: Sat Jan 27, 2018 5:04 pm 
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annetteandchris wrote:
Hiya...
were Annette and Chris, and we urgently need a wood chiper, is there anyone out there that has one for sale...hope so.
we will also pay for delivery.
you can also contact us at...
087-746-9596

I know that not everyone has internet access 24/7 - but it seems that the urgency may have receded somewhat, as it's been more than a week since the original 'urgent' post.

Unfortunately, unlike the 'previous' site, I can't see when the OP last logged in.

(Ho-hum.... Laughing)
  
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