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    Default This is what I need to mow around fence posts...

    Really neat video showing how you can now mow ditch banks and around fence posts from the comfort of your tractor...

    NEW TECHNOLOGY (AMAZING) - YouTube

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    Elite Member Bob77064's Avatar
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    Default Re: This is what I need to mow around fence posts...

    That is a fine system, those Unimogs are impressive too.

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    Default Re: This is what I need to mow around fence posts...

    my post dissapeared.
    Slick. Someone is paying attention to how a job can be done better.
    And I want me one of them there unimogs.
    Nelson
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    Default Re: This is what I need to mow around fence posts...

    don't remember name right off, but they do make a "post / fence" mower. that operates off of 3pt hitch, or from the belly of a tractor. granted that is all this given mower does, is for fence lines / posts.

    the video you showed though!! cool!

    front mounted, possibly mounted to front of regular city / township / county road trucks. were a snow plow might be mounted.

    and everything is right there at drivers reach and eye sight!
    Ryan

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    Default Re: This is what I need to mow around fence posts...

    Quote Originally Posted by boggen View Post
    don't remember name right off, but they do make a "post / fence" mower. that operates off of 3pt hitch, or from the belly of a tractor. granted that is all this given mower does, is for fence lines / posts
    They have one called a Billy Goat mower, works really well.

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    Default Re: This is what I need to mow around fence posts...

    Here are some photos of one that is up for auction today.



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    Default Re: This is what I need to mow around fence posts...

    For 50 years, All I have ever used under bob wire, high tensile or electric fences is a sickle bar mower. Fast and simple. Ken Sweet
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    The Northeast shipping corridor is a little more expensive.

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