It’s called different things, stump bucket, front hoe bucket, and a poor man’s backhoe. While it certainly can’t dig as deep as a traditional backhoe, it can tackle a lot of digging projects for a fraction of the cost. As the saying goes, “it sure beats a shovel”. This is a shovel on steroids, a shovel for your tractor. If you need to remove small stumps, saplings, old landscaping, dig holes for new landscaping, dig shallow trenches, or carry boulders, then this could be just what you’re looking for! I developed and created this stump bucket, not because there weren’t other options on the market, but because I didn’t like any of those options available. Most were too large rendering them useless for subcompact and small compact tractors. Others were proprietary in design forcing you to buy their system, and none of them had a combination of all the features I thought should be on the product. So, check it out, at the very least, you’ll get to see what you can do with this attachment and maybe someday down the road you’ll find a need. Or, if you like looking at tractions doing work, then there’s plenty of that in this video too. Either way, if you’re reading this, I appreciate you taking the time to stop by!