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Chain Saw Weed Cutter
"I decided to come up with a new method to cut heavy, high weeds while sitting in comfort instead of walking in the hot sun with a Weedeater," says Charles Baldwin, Pennington, New Jersey.
  "I needed to be able to reach out to the side in order to cut weeds along a railroad right-of-way that borders our property. The weeds were so big I felt it necessary to cut them down before treating for kill. My solution was to mount a chain saw on the end of a piece of square tubing that fits the front of my Kubota tractor. The saw extends out about 5 ft. to the side of the tractor and I can raise or lower it as needed. The saw works good because it cuts both ways so you can back up if you miss a patch.
  "Now the job is enjoyable instead of drudgery and I saved a lot of time."
  Contact: FARM SHOW Followup, Charles Baldwin, Baldwin Tractor , Box 293, Pennington, N.J. 08534 (ph 609 737-2711).

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2001 - Volume #25, Issue #5