I just picked up a new to me Kubota B3030 with a loader. I get it tomorrow. Anyhow, weds we're starting a fairly large clean out of a very over populated property. The previous owners planted way way way too much stuff. We'll be removing about 60% of the shrubs and other plantings. All "could" be dug out by hand but why bother since I have a new tractor. I thought about just yanking them with a chain and the loader, but is there a better/quicker way? I'm planning on building some clamp on bucket forks to move stuff around at the shop. So I was thinking something like a small clamp on attachment that's maybe 6-8" wide would work to "pop" the bushes out from underneath. Only problem is I have next to zero time to make something. So maybe even a piece of C channel bolted on the side or bottom of the bucket or something. Anything other than using the entire 5" of bucket and making a mess. Any ideas or you think a chain on the loader would be fine? This jobs on about 1/4 acre with very minimal grass. Most is beds. Planning on hauling about 8 6x10 dump trailer loads outta there at a minimum.