Brush Hogging

Brush hogging also referred to as bush hogging, tractor mowing, rotary cutting, brush clearing, or heavy-duty mowing is a form of clearing light brush up to 1” in diameter. It is the most common form of eliminating brush for hunting, farming, pasture and Conversation Reserve Program (CRP) maintenance, land development as well as a variety of other uses. Brush hogging may be a first step in a land management plan for a piece of property that is being turned into an area for deer food plots. This activity is primarily performed with a tractor; for steep embankments, pond dams, ditches, and narrow pathways this work is best performed using a brush hog attachment on a skid steer.

Brush hogging protects the surface of the land by cutting back overgrown grass, trees, and vegetation to promote a flourishing environment as well as nourish existing soil. It is most effective when the property is level, dry, and clear of debris and obstructions. We provide brush clearing / hogging for both residential and commercial property owners. 

Brush Hogging can be used for:

  • Farm Property
  • Pasture Clearing
  • Commerical Properties
  • Undeveloped Property
  • CRP Land Management
  • Developing Land for Food Plots
  • And More - Call Us for a Free Estimate

Safety is always a concern where brush clearing is involved. Debris can fling at high speeds so it's always important that people and animals are well outside any projctile range as debris can travel at high rates of speed in all directions. 

Tallgrass Land Management welcomes the opportunity to earn your trust and exceed your expectations. If you're located anywhere in Missouri, Kansas, Iowa, Nebraska or beyond we would love the opportunity to earn your business.

To schedule a free brush clearing estimate or ask any questions please call our owner Byran Ballard today at 816-529-0895.

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