Last Updated on August 6, 2020

Do you need a way to turn branches and trees into mulch on your farm? Here are the best wood chippers for a farm that will get the job done.

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Best Wood Chipper That’s Portable

If you are looking for a wood chipper that you can hand pull around your farm or tow behind an ATV, 4-wheeler, or lawnmower, the SuperHandy Mini Wood Chipper is a great choice.

It has a 7 HP 4-stroke 212 cc gas engine.

It is designed to chip limbs and trees up to 3″ in diameter.

It has an all steel construction and is heat treated and powder coated to prevent rust.

It also has a 3 year warranty.

This is our choice for best portable wood chipper.

 

 

Best Wood Chipper for a 3 Point Hitch Tractor

If you are looking for a wood chipper that connects to a tractor using a 3 point hitch, this Victory Tractor Implements BX-52 PTO Tractor Wood Chipper is a great choice.

Made for tractors 18 to 50 HP tractors, it can chip logs up to 4 inches in diameter.

It’s works on a Cat1 3 point hitch and even comes with its own PTO shaft.

It is designed to throw chips up to 20 feet away and has a 360 degree swivel discharge chute.

This is great if you are using it to cover an area like a garden with wood chips.

With all of these features, this is our choice for best tractor wood chipper.

 

 

Best Wood Chipper Bag

If you want to collect your wood chips so you can transport them to another area on your farm, this Patriot Products Jumbo Wood Chipper Collection Bag is what you need.

I have personally used one of these before and they hold up really well.

Just hook it up to the discharge chute on your wood chipper and it will catch your wood chips.

Then you can drag  or pull it to the place you want to dump your wood chips.

This is our choice for best wood chipper bag.

 

 

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My name is Casey and I'm the creator of Farmhacker.com. I created this site so I could share with you everything I know about farming and hopefully help you become a better farmer in the process.

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