Three Men and a Mule can easily put down 80 – 100+ yards of material per day.
In 1 1/2 hours three men can Transport, Distribute and Spread 15 yards of material.
That's over 3 Yards per man hour where the national average is .873 to 1 yard per man hour.
YES: The Mulch Mule is NOT just for Mulch as it can transport so much more than mulch. Giving you year round use:
- Aggregate: Gravel, Pebbles, Rock, Stone, Sand, Salt...
- Organic: Compost, Feed, Loam, Mulch, Pellets, Sawdust, Topsoil, Wood Chips...
- Pallets: Feed, Fertilizer, Flowers, Pavers, Plants, Shrubs, Trees...
YES: The Mules are available in 3 configurations to better meet your needs.
- Trailer Mount: for easy towing
- Skid Mount/Truck: to easily mount on your truck or trailer
- Roll Off Version: designed to fit the make of Roll Off you have
The Debris/Leaf Loader will vacuum up a wide variety of material making it a great year round option for your Mule.
In the Spring you can Load: Sod Edgings, Plant Pruning's, Hedge Clippings, old Mulch, etc.
Use it in the Summer for picking up: Grass Clippings, Weeds and other Debris including Cans, Bottles, Glass, Plastic, Small Shrubs, etc. Come Fall it will easily handle leaves, wet or dry.
And with its 6 blade-serrated edge impeller it makes short work of shredding material so you can load your Mule to the max for less trips to the dump. (Mules can empty an entire load of material out the back in as little as 45 seconds.)
In addition you can also easily rotate the discharge chute 180 degrees to load your tow vehicle, if it's set up to safely receive material.