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by Charles A Raguse
on January 28, 2015 at 11:53 AM
Kudos to Author Warnert and CE County Director and Farm Advisor Brent Holtz (maybe should add in the driver of that awesome beast pictured above), for an authoritative, well-timed, and even entertaining contribution.  
 
But don't ever run that thing on wet soil!!  
 
I'd still like to know though: Are pilots of Iron Beasts required to have a special driver's permit?
by Scott Patton
on October 16, 2015 at 2:27 PM
Howdy Mister,  
We have 120 acres of olives in Corning Ca. I am really interested in incorporating my olive canopy into to the soil before I replant. I was going  
to cut the leafy greens. Then shred them and disc before I rip to plant almonds.  
Sincerely, Scott Patton
by Brent Holtz
on October 16, 2015 at 3:17 PM
Hi Scott,  
We are trying to bring the Iron Wolf back to California to grind up whole orchards. If you are interested in using this machine on your olive orchard then please send me some contact information.  
Thanks,  
Brent Holtz
by Michael Wasgatt
on March 1, 2016 at 7:09 AM
Good Morning, Phillips & Jordan has been grinding orchards in southern California for the last couple months and have seen great results and look to be close to, if not cheaper than the Iron Wolf. We are running a Barko machine with an 8 foot head. Please feel free to contact me if you would like more information. https://www.pandj.com/orchard-clearing/
 
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