Forestry Mulchers are typically found as an attachment to a skid steer or compact track loader. A majority of Mulchers are high flow attachments for your skid steer set up. But depending on the land clearing capabilities needed you are able to find large industrial wheeled tractors with large land clearing/mulching capabilities for site prep work. You will also find larger skid steers manufactured for mulching to work through rougher terrain. Excavators also utilize the Mulcher attachment. Top names are Fecon, Prinoth and Barko.
Designed for 3.5 to 8-ton compact excavators with hydraulic flows from 12 to 40 gpm, Fecon's FMX28 bull hog mulcher is optimized for those in the 3.5- to 5-ton range.
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Fecon announced the addition of Linder Industrial Machinery as a new stocking distributor of the full lineup of Fecon mulching tractors, forestry mulchers and attachments in the states of Florida, North Carolina and South Carolina.
Complete with its high-performance powertrain, closed-loop hydraulics and upgraded screening, the new Cat D1 mulcher is specially designed to optimize performance when clearing a mix of small- to medium-diameter materials.
Todd Hyatt is familiar with forestry mulchers, having used them on land clearing projects, pasture clearing and around his own property.
As part of the controlled roll out of the recent global distribution agreement, Fecon LLC announced the addition of Vermeer Southeast.
Two new Cat mulchers for tracked and wheeled excavators and forest machines deliver reliable operation in tough forestry applications.
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Prinoth is well-known for its crawler carriers but also manufactures a wide range of mulching equipment.
Eric Adams puts the soul in sole proprietorship. Whether a project calls for clearing hundreds of trees or a hundred acres of brush, Adams brings the whole Hammer Down team (himself and his Bobcat 770) to tackle the job.