That is a really neat little device. It looks as if it would be real handy around an milling site and easily ltransportable too.
I would worry a little about the ability to move logs . There was one being used in Moultrie, Ga. at the Agricultural show and the fellow were having a bad time with it. It would rear up and the log wouldl be too heavey or mis-positioned or they couldn't turn it, or........
The problems may have been the operator's experience, or lack of it. Lots of times that is the case. I wouldl have to see one with an experienced operator doing what I wanted done before I spent the money on it.
I remember one problem being traction. The thing was too light and wouldl skid around. Theh operator rode on it but that didn't always help.
This was on prepared ground too, Flat packed dirt parking area and some asphalt.
If this link is how they are supposed to work, I'd sure like to have one.Iron Horse Link