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Yeah - I'd have a hard time finding much use for a skid-steer in the woods.
While there's a lot of specialized equipment if you have the pockets for it, for a relatively small operation on a budget, a TLB is "jack of all trades, master of one" in the woodlot. With a few grab hooks and some chain, it can pick a load of logs on the front end when you have room to drive. With a hook on the bucket (I replace a tooth - you also see them welded to the back) and a long chain you can twitch (in 20 foot chunks, or whatever your hoe range is) where you can't drive, and you can also load logs that way (with a shorter chain) or with a thumb. Nothing better for stumping.
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