FINDING ROLL-OUT RUBBER MULCH MATS IN ROLLS APROX. 4' X 50'
LandlightS on Jun 19, 2013I'm sure they are available in a 4 foot width, but at 50 feet you will probably need a fork lift to pick it up.Helpful Reply
Donna Crews on May 29, 2017If you are sure they make it, give us some proof.Helpful Reply
Julanne Sharrow on May 29, 2017google cow mats....4x6x3/4"....they are hefty...I use one in my basement shower, stand on them in the cow parlour, have them on the front porch roof to protect when the snow/ice come crashing down....buy at Tractor Supply, U Line. Alley mats 4 or 6' wide...however long you want from Farm TekHelpful Reply
RichandTammy Whiteside on Mar 24, 2018http://www.conservastore.com/Square-Recycled-Rubber-Mulch-Weed-Mat-4x4-p/02-0165a.htmHelpful Reply
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