some before and after pics of the latest landclearing job. i rented a rotary mower from john deere to use on my ct332. i wasnt to impressed with the mower but i think a hour of sharpening the blades would have done wonders. the machine impressed me with the fact that it didnt get stuck, if i let it sit in one spot for more then a few minutes it would start to sink down and before to long the water was coming about 4'' on the tracks. when mowing i kept going in strait lines so i didnt tear up the turf and brush that were acting like my track mats. a few times i did turn to sharp and it pushed the vegetation off to ex posse the wet peat those where the spots i had a few close calls. the trail of wood chips was to bridge over a super wet spot. in all it took about 2 hours of mowing and about 8 hours of loading brush into the dump truck and hauling it away. the bradco root rake/grapple is worth its weight in gold at this point.