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Berlon Industries’ New Root and Bush Grapple
Is Ideal for Fence and Tree Line Clearing, Debris Removal

May 14, 2015 -- Brush clearing is made easier with Berlon Industries’ new root and brush grapple for skid steers, loaders and compact tractors.

"This root and brush grapple is ideal for removing brush and for keeping fence and tree lines clear," said Mike Ebben, president of Berlon Industries. "It's also great for moving logs and rocks. Farmers and landscapers will find it especially useful."

root grapple attachmentThis new attachment has heavy duty, 3/4-inch tines that can root out brush and small trees as the grapple collects the debris.

Tines are spaced 9 inches apart, allowing unwanted debris to fall through. The tines are supported by two 1-1/4-inch solid round bars.

The grapple has powerful cylinders to ensure a tight grip on the load.

Like all Berlon Strong buckets and attachments, the Root and Brush Grapple is designed for rugged use and long life.

Berlon's new Root and Brush Grapple comes standard with a universal mounting plate. Euro-style and other mounts are available.

It is available in widths of 72, 78 and 84 inches.

The Root and Brush Grapple is Berlon Model RG. It is sold via Berlon dealers throughout the Midwest and Upper Plains, as well as via online retailers.

Learn more about Berlon buckets and attachments, and find your local Berlon dealer at www.berlon.com, or by calling 800-899-3580. Or, see our Root and Brush Grapple product page.

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About Berlon Industries: Berlon designs and manufactures highly durable buckets and attachments for skid steers, tractor loaders, compact utility tractors, wheel loaders and tele-handlers. The company is known for offering premium products without a premium price tag, and for its extreme reliability in delivery commitments to its dealers. Berlon traces its roots to 1943 and is privately held. All of Berlon products are made in the USA. The company is on the web at www.berlon.com.