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I had an overgrown yard (2 acre) cleared with a skid steer forest head mulcher. Once finished al all that remains is a very large deposit of ground up brush, spears and chunks of wood. I am looking for suggestions as what to do next. Any thoughts?
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Any pictures you could share?
 

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Sounds like time for a grapple.
 

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Pictures would help. My first thought, using equipment that I have on hand would be a yard sweeper. But this might be bigger and chunkier than you can do with that. This also sounds like it would be smaller than you can get with grapple. A landscape rake might work to get it into manageable piles or off to the sides, which I'm thinking will probably be the best. Hard to tell without pictures. Need pictures.

Also important... what are you planning to do with this land? A forestry mulcher doesn't remove trees and brush from the ground. It just cuts it off at the ground. It's still there. If you're planning to make this into something other than "land to become overgrown again in a year", you still have much work to do in soil prep and cleanup besides this debris removal.
 

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I would think York rake into rows, then piles, then load it into a dump trailer and take it somewhere that accepts yard waste. I agree with Pedals2Paddles though, if you're thinking grass, lots more to do.
 

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Landscape rake for small stuff. Forks for limbs. Cheapest I can think of
 
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