I think a 36” height, 30” width for squeezing the gates and walkways, and 60” length would be a good size for pulling brush, palm fronds, and other small debris
Similar to the grain bags I get for free at the co-op. Made to hold about 2500 pounds of grain. Can loop them on the branch manager bollard for transport as well.Those Bagsters look good for an upcoming job I have.
Here is a smaller bag to consider from Lowes
Interesting. First I've heard of a deposit cost on the bags. Can't be too much on a bag that retails for 15 bucks. May be some sort of system to keep them out of the landfill. Their "garbage" around these parts.I will check in at a local grain delivery company and with ranchers I come across. Have always heard of deposit costs associated with grain bags in my area.
Agreed. It's the same here. Lots of peeps recycle/reuse grocery bags around here too. Just brainstorming why there would be a deposit on these grain bags out in your neck of the woods. The co-op guy called them garbage. I took a couple dozen off his hands. One man's trash is another man's treasure I guess.Wow! Grocery bags are reused to keep them out of landfills around these parts.