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Sherriff Amenity, one of the leading turf care and sports equipment suppliers, is pleased to announce the launch of a new professional spreader – the Trojan DSi.

The Trojan range is renowned by grounds care professionals to be designed and built with quality, durability and cost effectiveness in mind. Each spreader is manufactured to the highest standards, ensuring each product meets the company’s high quality control standards.

The Trojan DSi is a highly accurate drop spreader which is lightweight yet durable with a plastic construction which is easy to manoeuvre. With an adjustable flow rate, 25kg capacity hopper with 500mm width, the spreader is also ideal for use all-year-round. During the colder months, the corrosion resistant hopper is ideal for winter maintenance and salt spreading.

The complete range of Trojan spreaders is sold exclusively through Sherriff Amenity.

For further information, please contact Sherriff Amenity on 0115 939 0202 or email info@sherriff-amenity.com

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Sean Payne and Paul foster are now friends
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Billybop replied to mark thomas's discussion Commercial grass cutting
"guy's .... youre all doing it wrong ... everybody and their grannie knows that the only valid way to charge for gardening is by an hourly rate ... 8 pounds an hour but its cash in hand and you can use their 30 year old black n decker"
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Dan Frazer Gardening replied to mark thomas's discussion Commercial grass cutting
"You misunderstood...I'm yanking YOUR chain!"
26 minutes ago
Vic 575 replied to mark thomas's discussion Commercial grass cutting
"I don’t know about ‘yanked chains’ Dan. I was actually trying to support your comments, posted today, that we can all do things differently. I won’t bother next time.
Price per cut is best in my opinion and 29 years of being in business.
All my work…"
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James King replied to James King's discussion Stihl Kombi Brush
"Thanks, John. Robbie has previously posted some good videos. It would be useful if you could find the link. I have now returned the edger as I feel the half moon is the better option for me. I wasn't convinced when I was buying it and the comments o…"
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Dan Frazer Gardening replied to mark thomas's discussion Commercial grass cutting
""It is always best to go with 'price per cut'"
Chain yanked! 
 
I totally agree though, if someone is happy with their system I'd never say it's wrong. I think all I've done here is said what works for me. "
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Billybop replied to mark thomas's discussion Commercial grass cutting
"yes well said vic, the alpha males of the group like to indulge in a spot of chest beating occasionally, i dare say if sat in a nice warm pub enjoying a few ales together rather than sparring from behind a key board it would be an altogether friendl…"
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Vic 575 replied to mark thomas's discussion Commercial grass cutting
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Dan Frazer Gardening replied to mark thomas's discussion Commercial grass cutting
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Billybop replied to John F's discussion Stiga cordless
"yes definitely the standard sized hedge trimmer first, then the long reach. i also have the telescopic Stihl HLA85 which i find essential for the tops of wide hedges. Now that one is definitely a bit front heavy on full extension but manageable. Oft…"
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Adam Woods replied to John F's discussion Stiga cordless
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Greetings

Hello All,I'm new to the forum and thought I would introduce myself.Currently looking to start a small gardening business In March after handing in my notice next Thursday.I'm trying to do my planning at the moment but struggling with the wealth of…

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