Bad gas is a constant problem around my place. Recently, I got a small skid steer ( 36" wide, 500lb lift cap, no aux hydraulics) going. Cleaned the horse stalls in a jiffy! I am trying to engineer more ways to use the mini skid to keep the fuel fresh and solve manual labor problems around the farm. One major problem seems to be fenceline mowing and trim mowing in the horse pastures. Literally, I'm dealing with of snaggle jungle that if unchecked turns a fenceline into a 30 foot no fly zone from Vietnam by July. I only have a tow behind 2 spindle brush hog and a tractor with one brake, a sticky clutch and a prayer that keeps it running. This is fine in the open field but impossible in tight areas. I also have a brush blade on my FS90R Stihl. VERY effective, but miles of fenceline.... Too much. I think it would be handy to have a front mounted mower I can raise and lower to get overtop of large brush like poison hemlock and parsnip and chew it up and flatten it. Ideally, I could use it at any angle to take care of small tree branches, too. I thought about like an 8hp engine and a single blade on a fabricated deck similar to a DR field and brush mower. The bucket and resulting mower would only be around 36" wide. But most engines cannot operate at an angle. Due to the small size, and potentially limited power and angle of such an attachment, don't know how useful it would be. Also thought about making a flail mower out of an old snow blower, but I think they turn too slow to work right. The next attachment would be patterned after the Westendorf Brush Crusher. Instead of a wide claw deal, it would be patterned closer to an excavator thumb with very focused grip for things like rounds too big to lift onto the splitter, small piles of brush, scrap, rocks, tree branches in the way, etc.. Again, too small to be effective maybe. Any ideas?