Affordable Brush Hogging Services – Bring Life Back to Your Land

Brush Hogging on your land in Kansas City, St. Joseph or Northwest Missouri, or Northeast Kansas will bring life back to your land by partnering with a professional land management company.

Tallgrass Land Management offers affordable brush hogging services. Interested in finding out what it would cost to have your land cut? Reach out today for a free estimate!

Why Should I Brush Hog My Land?

Brush Hogging, often called Brush Cutting or Tractor Mowing, is kinder to your land than other kinds of equipment. Unlike bulldozing or digging, brush hogging will cut growth and promotes regrowth, enriching the soil rather than killing all vegetation. It can cut down invasive weeds at the root, preventing them from regrowing.

Brush Hogging is great for removing small trees and unwanted brush. Once you have hogged your land, the brush will act as a nutrient-rich mulch, helping grasses and other plants to thrive.

Brush Cutting will not damage your soil. It is a non-invasive option for clearing land for other uses. Tallgrass Land Management loves to work in the summer months when the daylight hours are long for completing all types of Land Management jobs. Overgrowth will also be most visible during summer, allowing us to cut back unwanted materials and provide your land with a nutrient-dense covering.

Bring Life Back to Your Land

Tallgrass Land Management offers Free Estimates! Owner Bryan Ballard continues to grow his expertise in the land management field and offers full-service land clearing contracts. He holds several memberships that promote the preservation and proper land use, including Grow Native! Missouri Prairie Foundation, National Deer Association, and the Heartland Chapter of Missouri’s Quail Forever & Pheasants Forever.

For questions or to schedule a free estimate for your Kansas City area, Northwest Missouri, St Joseph, MO, or Northeast Kansas land, please call our owner Bryan Ballard at 816-529-0895 or contact us today!


Brush hogging in Missouri is the most common form of eliminating brush for hunting, farming, pasture, Conservation Reserve Program (CRP) maintenance, and land development as well as a variety of other uses.