How big a tractor does one need for working a woodlot? Have looked at several but now, this caught my eye, a 2011 John Deere 4105. I think it's 41hp. Is 4wd, want that! Has 300CX front end loader, 6' Modern Super Sunshine galvanized bush hog, heavy duty fork lift forks, 1434 hours, Hydrostat transmission, heavy duty aluminum canopy, LED light bar front and back, R4 Industrial tires that look to be in real good shape. Asking $14k. I have watched quite a few videos and read quite a bit on tractors; I recall people saying that with forks, you can do quite a bit. As opposed to buying a grapple. And this has the front end loader. About all I can say I would really like to have beyond the above is a box blade and I could buy a used one for probably $1000. It has a bush hog, I gotta have that. This guy would also deliver to me, that helps. What do you think about hp? EDIT: The woodlot is a tract of 40 acres + a tract 2000 ft away of 18 acres, 7 acres of which is pasture. So, 51 acres of woods. I harvest windblown trees and trees I have to take out for trails, dying trees, trees to allow others to prosper, etc. Size is everything up to big oaks exceeding 30 inches. (I don't cut those, but big ones sometimes fall.) My land is sandy. Has a spring running through it but it's not a problem, I stay out of that area. Topography is gently rolling. No bad hills.