May 14, 2015
I have worked my brushshark for 100 hours and come to the conclusion that this machine is one of a kind. It will do what no other machine I have found will do when clearing scrub brush and cedar trees. This is the greatest farm machinery I have purchased. Totally satisfied.
March 8, 2015
I just want to tell you how much I LOVE my Brushshark! I bought a 5 foot Brushshark in 2006 and have it on a John Deere 320 Skid Steer. I used it initially to clear about two miles of heavily overgrown fence line on our ranch south of Weimar, TX. Our bull dozer wasn’t practical in the heavy woods with no good place to burn. I’ve used it on our hunting lease and recently, I purchased a piece of water front property that hasn’t been touched in over 30 years and was heavily overgrown with brambles, yupon, small pine trees. We’ve been using the Brushshark to clear it and are almost finished. I’m 72, and couldn’t have done this without the Brushshark! The soil is sandy forest mulch, and much of the undergrowth I can pinch with the brushshark teeth and pull up roots and all! Thank you so much for creating such a wonderful, useful tool!
I’ve only been intending to e-mail you for 2-3 years to tell you how pleased we are with our Brushshark. AND, the advice you gave me on which size Bobcat to buy. We picked up the Brushshark in Austin and a used S185 in Orange, and made it back to Smithville that night. We were using the Brushshark the next day. It was simple to hook up and operate and one of the most valuable tools on our ranch.
I bought it primarily for clearing brush as you advertise but it’s main use has been clearing dead mesquites after we have sprayed them. They are very difficult to cut with a chain saw and even more difficult to handle by hand when they are cut. The Brushshark cuts them off at ground level and goes on to the next one, pushing the cut ones along as we go.
It also as been great for clearing stock paths and ATV paths, which brings to me another thought; could you custom build a 3′ version for the smaller Bobcats to use for clearing more narrow Motorcycle dirt bike trails? If you could, I may buy a smaller Bobcat on which to use it.
Just wanted you to know that we are getting a lot of good use out of our Brushshark. We are using it in East Texas on yaupon holly, which is denser even than the mesquite/cedars in your videos.
It works great. Rather than simply cut them off (which of course it does well) we choose to grab the trunk with the teeth and pull it up roots and all. Keeps us from having to bushhog the regrowth in two years.
If anyone in East Texas wants to see one in action, have them call us.