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Old 10-16-2007, 09:44 PM
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I got call this afternoon from a guy that wants a lot cleard off. Its 75x 200 What you guys think for a price to clear it , and haul it off. I was thinking renting a Chipper for small brush.

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Hard to say without seeing how much underbrush. How big are the trees on average? I would say a middle price of 1500 to 2000. I could be wrong, but that seems fair.
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How tall are those trees? They look full grown.
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I am going to go in the morning get closer look at the under brush and see how tall the trees are. Ive been there before just do not remember how tall they are.
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Old 10-17-2007, 10:52 AM
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They are some trees there. The biggest one I say was about 6 in round. Under brush not too bad. Lot is not that big just bunch of small trees
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