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    Default bed shaper/mulch layer (Buckeye Tractor Co)

    Has anyone purchased an implement from Buckeye Tractor Company?

    Buckeye Tractor Co

    I'm looking at a multi-purpose implement that does a number of tasks sumultaneously; the bed shaper creates the raised bed, applies a layer of mulch, and also lays down some trip tape.

    Any advice on this type of implement greatly appreciated.

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    Where do I begin.....

    Default Re: bed shaper/mulch layer (Buckeye Tractor Co)

    Take a look at this site too.

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    Default Re: bed shaper/mulch layer (Buckeye Tractor Co)

    Quote Originally Posted by Farmwithjunk
    Take a look at this site too.

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    Excellent source.. thanks!

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    Default Re: bed shaper/mulch layer (Buckeye Tractor Co)

    I bought a bed shaper from Buckeye a couple of years ago. The service is absolutely horrible! I would never buy from them again. I orderred months before the season started, was told it would ship in a month. It didn't ship for over four months, so wasn't able to use it that season. I would call them every couple of weeks to see where it was, and was always told that it would be shipped the next week. When it did finally arrive, some of the parts were missing. It took them another week to ship the missing parts, which turned out to be the wrong size. Another call and another week to finally get the right parts. When ever I would talk with them, they always acted exasperated, never an appology, no money off.

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    Default Re: bed shaper/mulch layer (Buckeye Tractor Co)

    I bought a bed shaper from Buckeye a couple of years ago. The service is absolutely horrible! I would never buy from them again. I orderred months before the season started, was told it would ship in a month. It didn't ship for over four months, so wasn't able to use it that season. I would call them every couple of weeks to see where it was, and was always told that it would be shipped the next week. When it did finally arrive, some of the parts were missing. It took them another week to ship the missing parts, which turned out to be the wrong size. Another call and another week to finally get the right parts. When ever I would talk with them, they always acted exasperated, never an appology, no money off.

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