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The Original Bladeless Trimmer 

Looking for the story on our inventor and president? A review of our innovative tumble trimmers? Need-to-know tips for new growers? You can find all that and more right here. As a company founded by a former farmer with friends still in the industry, it’s always been the mission of Tom’s Tumbler™ to ensure you have all the knowledge, equipment, and resources needed for better hemp processing and trimming. Discover anything from stories to news that can help your business thrive!


4 Ways to Optimize Your Hemp Processing Workflow

4 Ways to Optimize Your Hemp Processing Workflow

Posted by Tom's Tumbler on Nov 22nd 2021

Now that you’ve cultivated your flower expertly and began harvesting your crop for the year, it is time to begin processing hemp buds for sale on the market. Of course, this process can be done without the aid of heavy machinery, but certain additions can greatly improve the speed and efficiency …
The Pros and Cons of Freezing Fresh Bud

The Pros and Cons of Freezing Fresh Bud

Posted by Tom's Tumbler on Nov 18th 2021

To freeze or not to freeze? This is the question many growers are asking themselves. Freezing fresh bud is a technique that many farmers resort to following a surplus in flower supply and shifting consumer demands. By freezing fresh trim, growers are able to preserve large portions of their harve …
The Best Holiday Gifts for the Grower You Know

The Best Holiday Gifts for the Grower You Know

Posted by Tom's Tumbler on Nov 15th 2021

If you know a grower out there who could stand to upgrade their post-harvest process, consider gifting them the best trimming machine in the industry. Tom’s Tumbler™ has a wide range of tumble trimmers and accessories that make the trimming process faster and more efficient. This holida …
Best Winter Practices for Storing Your Post-Harvesting Equipment

Best Winter Practices for Storing Your Post-Harvesting Equipment

Posted by Tom's Tumbler on Nov 11th 2021

After a successful trimming season, it’s important to store your post-harvest equipment properly for the winter. Leaving equipment exposed and unused can cause it to degrade and function improperly. But what are the best practices for stainless steelcare and maintenance, especially when it …
The Benefits of Dry Trimming vs. Wet Trimming

The Benefits of Dry Trimming vs. Wet Trimming

Posted by Tom's Tumbler on Nov 8th 2021

Whether you choose to trim wet or dry, preparing buds for the market can be a long and sometimes tedious process. While there isn’t a huge difference between wet vs. dry yield, each method has its pros and cons based on factors unique to your operation. Read on to explore the benefits ofdr …
How to Trim with Tom’s Tumble Trimmers

How to Trim with Tom’s Tumble Trimmers

Posted by Tom's Tumbler on Nov 1st 2021

If you are looking for how to dry trim fast using Tom’s best bud trimming machines, you’ve come to the right place. While our tumblers make the post-harvest process a lot smoother, proper bud preparation is essential. Find out how to trim buds the best way possible with your cutting-edge bl …

Stories of Success

One of the best ways to learn is by hearing from others who have been in your shoes. That’s why our blog includes posts from company founder and namesake, Tom Bruggemann, to give you an idea of what your personal hemp trimming experience with a tumbler trimmer or Python system might look like.

Informative Reviews

Wading through a series of products can make it difficult to know which one will be right for you. That’s why we have tumbler reviews to give you the low-down on what people think of our trimmers and how they can best meet your needs. Hear what our various models have done for other customers and what they can do for your grow operation.

Helpful Tips and Tricks

Don’t worry if you don’t know the right technique for hemp processing, trimming, or bucking. We’ve got great guides that can lead you through the process so you can spend less time figuring things out and more time doing. Time is money when you’re growing bud, after all!