A track backhoe is the best, and I would suggest to get an operator.
There is a lot to learn, and many hours of experience needed to operate a
safely. Also the pro's can push and cut trees and land them where needed.
A Kabota track backhoe is real nice machine, and a medium size is best...\
the smaller ones are not worth the effort, and the great big ones have or
need more room to maneuver.
"richard" wrote in message
I have five acres of land in northern florida I would like cleared out.
I got to thinking that maybe a backhoe would be better, perhaps quicker,
than a chainsaw.
As I have seen backhoes push over trees, I just figure that a backhoe would
be the best way to go.
My trees are pine, about 14" round and maybe 50ft tall.
What size backhoe would I need to do this?
What is a fair price to pay for rental for a week or by the hour?