Frequently Asked Questions
Here are some frequently asked questions about our bush hog services:
What is the difference between brush hogging and bush hogging?
Bush hogging is also known as brush hogging, rotary cutting, trailer mowing, heavy-duty mowing, brush cutting, and rough cutting mowing. But it’s all the same form of landscaping that eliminates heavy brush to prepare land for farming, hunting, development, or a variety of other uses.
How much does bush hogging cost?
A: The cost of our bush hog services depends on the size and scope of the project. We will provide you with a free estimate after assessing your property.
How long does bush hogging take?
A: The time it takes to complete a Bush Hog project varies depending on the size and scope of the project. However, our team works quickly and efficiently to get the job done as soon as possible. It generally takes a professional 1 hour to bush hog an acre, however, this also depends on the thickness of the trees and brush to be cleared, as well as the terrain of the property.
Is bush hogging a DIY job?
Some land owners do take on bush hogging their properties. However, it can be labor intensive, expensive to rent or maintain equipment, and dangerous if you’re inexperienced or unfit.
What time of year should you bush hog?
Most property owners opt to bush hog during the middle to the late weeks of summer as weeds begin to appear in pastures and fields. However, the quality of land being worked, the climate of your area, and seasonal weather may require you to schedule two or even three brush hogging sessions throughout the year. Aim to bush hog your property in the spring, fall, or winter.
Can a bush hog take down trees?
A bush hog can take down saplings. If your land has more mature trees, we can come in and clear those out before completing our bush hog services.
Do you offer other services?
A: Yes, we also offer forestry mulching, mowing, landscaping, and other property maintenance services. Contact Southern Brush today to learn more!