Deer are doing a pretty good job on the brush. Believe all I'm allowed to have there is horses as far as livestock though.:biggrin:I got a herd of brush and grass trimmers cheap.:razz: Assorted colors too. Some with horns . They run quiet most of the time except when their pull rope gets tangled up.:razz: Pygmy Goats for sale cheap.:biggrin:
Thanks, I'll check with him.:thumb:Not sure if the drive to Cabot would save you any money, but check with my Dad at Cabot Outdoors in Cabot about a John Deere. He owns the place and and will give you his full attention, not sure if they have anything used or not. Joe.....501-843-7956
We live on around 10 acres and usually keep around two acres of it mowed. The rest is cut for hay.
It usually has to be mowed once a week and takes at least two hours. Part of this is because of all the crap (house, garage, a couple dozen trees, garden, dog pen, two sheds, you get the idea) that has to be mowed around.
If we are going to wish, I wish Hill Farm would just come mow my yard for me. :thumb:I hear ya. I spend most of my time in the summer either mowing, weedeating, and spraying roundup! Luckily I inherited a grasshopper, but its old and small. Still, if you ever get to use a zero-turn mower, you will absolutely throw rocks at a garden tractor! Imagine power steering, power brakes, and a automatic trasmission that almost reads your mind, and you're pretty close to the ZTR experience.
Father in law has a 60" cut X-mark that is sweeet, but he spent more for it than I did on my last three vehicles--combined!
I wish I could find a bigger one like Hill Farm just got, I'd be happy camper.