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Hello all-

We're looking at purchasing a few bulk/field bins mostly for winter squash storage. We've always had wooden ones in the past, but I'm wondering if folks have thoughts or experience with the vented plastic ones (like these<https://bandgindustries.com/product/macx-bulk-bin/>) and whether or not you would recommend. Or if you have a trusted source for either plastic ones or wooden ones. Thanks very much!

Ava Murphey
UVM Catamount Farm- Farmer Training Program
Farm Manager
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65 Green Mountain Dr. South Burlington, VT 05403



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