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Briggs and Stratton
Briggs & Stratton is the world's largest producer of air-cooled gasoline engines for outdoor power equipment. Briggs & Stratton designs, manufactures, markets and services these products for original equipment manufactuers (OEMs) worldwide. Brigs & Stratton engines are incorporated into products as diverse as lawnmowers, generators, pressure washers, pumps and welders, as well as many industrial/commercial applications. These engines can be found powering equipment in more than 90 countries on all seven continents.

Cutting Scrub Oak, Cedar, Mesquite, etc

The problem is what to do with the cut-scrub. Burning is an option in some areas, or hauling the brush to a dump, but can be expensive and time consuming. Alternatively, you may consider a chipper/shredder. A chipper/shredder will turn your scrub into mulch, that stuff for which you pay $3 a bag at the garden store. Smaller chipper/shredders handle 3" to 5" diameter branches, and most are easily movable by one person. There are also intermediate models from 4" to 8" capacity with a variety of features such as self-feed or aim-able discharge to name a few. Other models offer the ability to mount to, and be powered by a compact tractor. These have higher capacity at a low cost as there is no additional expense for a power source. Your tractor is the power source. Industrial chippers are also available with 8" to 12" thick log capacity or more if you have a big clearing project. These expensive machines can usually be rented.