Tree-Chopping Technology

Like many people who tend large acreage tracts, Alex Stout was looking for an easier way to manage 92, 274 acres in eastern Pennsylvania. Lackawanna State Park is an ideal environment for invasive species like mulitfolora rose, autumn olive and Tartarian honeysuckle. Left unchecked, these nuisance varieties can quickly overtake an area, crowding out native species. Stout and his crews had a Bobcat S250 with McClaren mud tracks, and were searching for an attachment to aid in resource-management efforts. They …


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