The "Brush Brute" mounts on the loader arms in place of the bucket and is equipped with specially designed teeth. You drive forward and raise the loader at the same time. Small trees and brush pass through the wide openings at the front end of the teeth and then get jammed in the narrow openings at the rear end.
"Pushing and lifting the tree at the same time requires less power than simply lifting it,"says Scissons. "A 30 to 40 hp tractor can operate it. It works great for clearing brush from fence rows and pastures. Works above the ground and pulls trees out with little soil disturbance. Bulldozers require much more horsepower and fuel and leave small stumps that can injure cattle, puncture tractors tires, and allow brush to grow back even worse than before."
Fits any loader model. Sells for $1,689 (Canadian).
Contact: FARM SHOW Followup, Diane Scissons, Rt. 1, Lombardy, Ontario Canada K0G 1L0 (ph 613 283-2082).
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