I think we can all agree that:

 Maintaining a farm is back-breaking work. It is thirst, sweat, and pain half the time but rewarding beyond measure the other half.  

But that does not mean that farm work can’t be made easier. One of the great advantages of living in the era of technology is that there is no job on Earth that cannot be simplified through innovation; and farming is no exception to that rule. Data suggests that there is an overwhelming amount of wood waste produced everywhere, not just limited to the agriculture sector.

A good farmer knows that waste is never truly waste, so there has to be a way to reutilize wood waste produced from the farm, and luckily – there is. Wood chippers are demolition machines that crush and grind large pieces of wood to create a very useful mixture of Wood Chips that can be used as Mulch. So if you’re interested in cutting your costs and utilizing your waste, read on, for I have taken the liberty of compiling a list for the best wood chippers you can find on the market today.

I’ve shortlisted these products because of their nuanced differences and uses so that you can find the answer to the question “what is the best wood chipper?”. There are many different types of wood chippers so find one which is best for you! If you’re interested in more, you can check out our other list for the Best Wood Chipper Under $500. We’ve also included important Information about the uses of Mulch near the Conclusion, so read on!

The Best Wood Chippers

Succulent SoilRating
Landworks 10/10 (Editor's Choice)
Earthwise GS700159/10
Troy-Bilt CS4325 8.5/10
SuperHandy Silent Shredder7.5/10
SuperHandy Ultra-duty8/10
Landworks Green 9/10

1. Landworks Wood Chipper

Why we love it:

  • Multi-function capability
  • Hook-up ability
  • Safe

✅ Easy to assemble❌Needs slow feeding for large pieces of wood
✅ Easy to start

Why we recommend this:

2. Earthwise GS70015

Why we love it:

  • Ideal for light cleanup
  • Durable wheels
  • Decent customer support

✅ Creates fine mulch❌Small hopper holes
✅ High-quality build

Why we recommend this:

3. EARTHQUAKE Chipper Shredder K33

Why we love it:

  • Waste reducing
  • Debris bag included
  • 5-year warranty

✅ Compact and heavy-duty❌Plastic wheels
✅ Bottom out zipper in bag

Why we recommend this:


Why we love it:

  • Safety Stoppage
  • Easy to clean
  • 50L collection box





✅ Extra safe❌Unreliable customer service
✅ Relatively silent

Why we recommend this:

5. Troy-Bilt CS4325

Why we love it:

  • Replaceable flails
  • Turns 10 bags of debris into 1
  • Extra-large collection bag





✅ Fast Operation❌Problematic oil refill
✅ Starts easy❌No way to attach bag to the unit

Why we recommend this:

6. SuperHandy Silent Shredder

Why we love it:

  • Produces no smog
  • Ultra-quiet
  • Durable body





✅Polypropylene housing doesn't rust❌Difficult assembly
✅ Large chipping capacity

Why we recommend this:

7. SuperHandy Ultra-duty

Why we love it:

  • Extra-large hopper
  • Elongated chute
  • Large fuel capacity

✅Parts are neatly packaged❌Requires task-specific adjustments
✅ Good at self-feeding

Why we recommend this:

8. Landworks Green

Why we love it:

  • Consistent blade speed
  • Cull quality tested
  • Tear-resistant waste bag





✅Hard metal blade❌Chunks fly out
✅ Fast and easy assembly

Why we recommend this:


Wood chippers are great versatile products. You can use them to quickly and efficiently clean up any waste wood or leaf around your garden and use the same product to do the same for the repurposing of wood mulch in a small farm. I think they are a must-have for anyone even remotely interested in yard work. They reduce your labor burden tenfold and allow you to get more work done.

Additional Information

The Various Uses of Wood Mulch

Studies have found that organic wood mulch has many uses in a garden/farm setting. Woof mulch is basically shredded organic matter and as any gardner would tell you, organic matter is jam-packed with nutrients to allow plant life to thrive. Wood mulch is such a substance but it has more lucrative functions than one could imagine.

Moisture Retention

For example, a 2-inch layer of wood mulch covering has found to help with moisture retention. Basically, the mulch acts as a thick membrane that keeps sunlight, and that allows for water to stay packed inside the soil where it can easily be utilized by any developing plantlife.

Weed Problem

But we also know that all plant life isn’t good for a garden or a farm – Weeds are the main culprit here. These are basically undesirable plants in undesirable places and are often able to grow naturally with little to no external help. Sometimes you’ll find such plant life growing in large clumps near your grass after a spell of rainfall. This can be very problematic for anyone looking to maintain the aesthetic of their garden. But fear not, for mulch helps here as well by being an effective block against the growing shoots of any undesirable plants.

Just make sure you are peppering the mulch into places where you don’t want undesirable plants to grow not in places where you’ve planted seeds yourself or the mulch will block their growth as well.

Aesthetic Function

Mulch had uses beyond this as well and can often be a very good substance to mark pathways within a large landscape. You’ve probably even walked on mulch pathways without even realizing it. That’s what makes it perfect! It is functional without being distracting and if placed right, it can look really good as well in my opinion.


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