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Treechopper Designed To Cut Nuisance Species For Pasture And Firebreaks

Treechopper Designed To Cut Nuisance Species For Pasture And Firebreaks

Professional-grade ATV attachment gives property owners ability to cut scores of tree per hour.

Invasive trees are a major nuisance, expense and fire hazard on many ranches and rural properties, and DR Power's TreeChopper offers an ATV-mounted solution to the problem.

Made of high-quality steel, the TreeChopper mounts to the front of most ATVs and cuts trees up to 4-inches in trunk diameter in seconds. Unlike skid-steer tree shears, the TreeChopper requires no external power source or stopping and waiting for hydraulics to open and close jaws around the trees. The machine can chop hundreds of trees per hour.

For more information on the attachment visit TREECHOPPER.

The DR TreeChopper fits on ATVs and is designed to help property owners control invasive species such as Eastern Red Cedar and Mesquite.

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