Topic: Re: Rent a rock picker
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Lots of skidloader rock buckets are designed to hold already picked rocks inside, with either a curved portion of the tines, retaining bar, etc. You can rent those with a rotary reel to push the rocks inside, gouging the ground less. Also a new design with a hydraulic rotating screen bucket (google robo rock picker). I use a manure fork with grapple, and to get smaller rocks, use a slip-on screen using 4 inch screen from a rock crusher. Holds smaller rocks in place and lets the dirt sift through. I plan to add a rotary tine system to sweep the rocks in, rather than push them along.
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