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Are you tired of wasting time or needing to use manual labor when a standard dirt bucket doesn’t do the job?
We believe every operator in Wyoming with access to a quick attach machine deserves a fast, easy, and efficient alternative when a dirt bucket isn’t efficient.
How does our brush grapple help farmers & contractors in Wyoming?
- 4” tine spacing for better rock, brush, and compost filtering
- Optimal operator view - similar to a dirt bucket
- Hydraulic hose placement is on the side to avoid pinching while attaching or dumping
- Low-entry height on the front tines allows for easier material loading and grabbing
- Maximum strength with proper gusseting
How would an efficient brush grapple make your Wyoming operation more efficient?
We Make A New Brush Grapple Simple:
Find The Right Model
We will help you find the brush grapple designed for your specific machine.
Purchase Your Grapple
Purchase your brush grapple, and we ship it directly to you.
Move Brush & Compost Faster!
Clear land, brush, rocks, and compost faster and with minimal manual labor.
Why Work With Lawsen Equipment?
1-year warranty on our brush grapples
Common-sense engineering that is easy to use
Made in the United States (Ohio)
Less maintenance with better-protected hydraulic hoses and proper gussets
Brush Grapples For Sale In Wyoming
Our brush grapples come with a standard 1-year warranty.
Length: 48" - 84"
Operating Weight: 580 - 1,230 LBS
Standard Brush Grapple Models:
|LCG - 54||Mini Skid or Compact Tractor Grapple (Dual Clamp & 1/4" tines)||54"||4"||3,000 PSI||580 LBS|
|LBG - 4||Compact Tractor Grapple (Single Clamp)||48"||4"||3,000 PSI||825 LBS|
|LBG - 4||Compact Tractor Grapple (Double Clamp)||48"||4"||3,000 PSI||980 LBS|
|LBG - 5||Standard Skid Steer Grapple||60"||4"||3,000 PSI||1,142 LBS|
|LBG - 6||Standard Skid Steer Grapple||72"||4"||3,000 PSI||1,198 LBS|
|LBG - 7||Standard Skid Steer Grapple||84"||4"||3,000 PSI||1,230 LBS|
Questions about our brush grapples?
- A brush grapple is a skid steer attachment that replaces a bucket with an open bottom and debris clamps. They are made for sifting rocks, and other unwanted debris out of a material.
- Yes! Any machine that has auxiliary hydraulics can operate our brush grapples.
- Thankfully attaching our brush grapples to a tractor or skid steer is very simple. If you are familiar with any kind of hydraulic attachments you should be able to do the job in a minute or two.
- Yes, a single set of hydraulic hoses is needed to operate our brush grapples. These hydraulic hoses are provided with the brush grapple when you purchase it.
- Yes we have brush grapples as small as 4 feet wide and as large as 8 feet side.
- There is no minimal required hydraulic flow needed to operate our brush grapples.
Skid Steer & Tractor Grapples for Sale in Wyoming
If you have a quick-attach machine, you’ve probably experienced the limits of the standard dirt bucket.
For a farmer it might be moving large piles of compost or manure or clearing land for pasture or crops.
For a landscaper it might be clearing brush for new seeding.
No matter your profession, we believe having an efficient brush grapple will help your business when a dirt bucket just doesn’t do the job!
If you run a farm or landscaping business you want to cut corners and save time and money wherever you can.
What if you could maximize your equipment and do more with it? How would it change your business?
At Lawsen equipment, we manufacture the skid steer attachments that you need to get more done with your existing equipment and run your business more efficiently! This includes hydraulic post drivers, auger drives, concrete breakers, and more.
Give us a call today to get started. We serve all areas in Wyoming.
If you own a farm or business in Wyoming, you have probably already experienced the climate, scenery, and attractions in Wyoming, which include:
- Yellowstone National Park
- Lamar Valley
- Grand Canyon of Yellowstone
- Grand Prismatic Spring
- Town Square
- National Elk Refuge
- National Museum of Wildlife Art
- Grand Teton
- Wyoming State Museum
- Chief Joseph Scenic Highway
- Buffalo Bill Center of the West
- Cheyenne Depot Museum
And much, much more! You will have to come to Wyoming, USA to see it all for yourself.
Wyoming is a dry, windy state covered mostly by the Rocky Mountains in the west and high-elevation prairie called the High Plains in the east. It has a semi-arid to continental climate. Almost half of the land in the state is owned by the federal government and is generally protected for public uses. These federal lands include two national parks: Grand Teton and Yellowstone. There are also extensive wildlife preserves, national forest, and fish hatcheries in Wyoming.
The state of Wyoming is sparsely populated - in fact, with a population of 576,851, it is the least populated state in the USA. Its capitol, Cheyenne, has an estimated population of 63,957 people.
Wyoming was inhabited by indigenous peoples for years. Some of the tribes that lived there historically include the Arapaho, Crow, Lakota, and Shoshone people. Some of these tribes are still recognized by the government today. The name “Wyoming” comes from the Lenape word meaning “at the big river flat.”
Historically, Wyoming was a region filled with ranchers, shepherds, and cattle farmers. Today, Wyoming’s economy is based off of tourism and the extraction of products such as coal, natural gas, oil, and trona. Agricultural products of Wyoming include barley, hay, livestock, sugar beets, wheat, and wool.
Historically, the state is known for being the first to allow women to vote and the right to assume an elected office, in addition to being the first state to elect a female governor. Because of this its main nickname is “The Equality State” and its motto is “Equal Rights.”
If you own or manage a crew in the construction or concrete industries in Wyoming and want to run it more efficiently, give us a call at Lawsen equipment! We look forward to hearing from you!
We serve all counties in Wyoming:
Laramie County, Natrona Country, Campbell County, Sweetwater County, Fremont County, Albany County, Sheridan County, Park County, Teton County, Uinta County, Lincoln County, Carbon County, Converse County, Goshen County, Big Horn County, Sublette County, Platte County, Johnson County, Washakie County, Crook County, Weston County, Hot Springs County, and Niobrara County.
We also serve all cities in the state, including:
Cheyenne, Casper, Laramie, Gillette, Rock Springs, Sheridan, Green River, Riverton, Jackson, Cody, Rawlins, Lander, Torrington, Ranchettes, Douglas, Powell, Worland, Buffalo, South Greeley, Fox Farm-College, Mills, Wheatland, Newcastle, Warren AFB, Evansville, Bar Nunn, Kemmerer, Thermopolis, North Rock Springs, Glenrock, Lovell, Star Valley Ranch, Pinedale, Greybull, Ho back, South Park, Afton, Wright, Fort Washakie, Lyman, Arapahoe, Ethete, Saratoga, Lusk, Wilson, Sundance, Basin, Rafter J Ranch, Pine Bluffs, and more.