I'm planning to take down a hill that was build up in the late 1800's for a train track. The rails and wood was removed years ago leaving a hillside that I can't get up on and cut as well as making the back pasture a mess when it rains hard, the hillside blocks the natural drainage. It's mostly a clay mixture. The hill is about 20-25 feet high, 30 feet wide and about 150-200 long. I plan on buying a skid loader with a bucket with teeth to remove it. Normal backhoes would take forever, tried that 20 years ago. Was thinking of a Bobcat, New Holland, Case, etc. Any ideas on brands, models, etc. Or any other equipment instead of a skid loader? I plan to buy a used one vs renting since it's so much dirt to move that I would spend more on renting than buying. When I'm done I can either keep the machine or sell it without lossing much. ((Skid loaders make great manure loaders)). Thanks.