What to Look for When Hiring a Professional Bush Hogging Service

Posted by Northeast Georgia Contracting on Nov 13, 2018 11:59:09 AM

When selecting a bush hogging service, it’s important that the contractor you hire be knowledgeable, honest and experienced in their field. Below are a few key questions to consider that will help you weed out the landscaping amateurs from the true professionals, increasing your confidence and peace of mind.

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4 Reasons to Hire a Professional Bush Hogging Service

Posted by Northeast Georgia Contracting on Nov 13, 2018 11:55:11 AM

Save money, time and thousands of dollars in equipment costs by outsourcing the job and handing over the hard work of land maintenance to professionals. Here are several good reasons why it benefits you to hire a bush hogging service and leave the heavy lifting to the pros.

 

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Everything You Need to Know About Bush Hogging

Posted by Northeast Georgia Contracting on Oct 10, 2018 12:33:55 PM

Introduction to Bush Hogging

Bush hogging, otherwise known as brush hogging, brush cutting or rough cut mowing, is a form of landscaping that eliminates heavy brush in order to prepare land for farming, hunting, development, and a variety of other uses.

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How to Maintain Bush Hogging Equipment

Posted by Northeast Georgia Contracting on Oct 10, 2018 11:43:55 AM

Unlike their more well-known landscaping cousins, the lawn mower, bush hoggers are built to chew up and clear away pesky brush, trees and tall grasses that have gone unattended or left overgrown for long periods of time.

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Preventing Injury or Damage to Equipment When Bush Hogging

Posted by Northeast Georgia Contracting on Oct 10, 2018 11:39:59 AM

What to Know Before You Mow

Every year, farmers and landscape contractors are injured or killed by farm machinery. Improper use, failure to take proper safety precautions and lapse in equipment maintenance all account for these accidents, which are tragic and unnecessary. Learning the ways machinery can be dangerous as well as ways to prevent misuse helps to lower risk and protect everyone involved.

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Do I Need to Bush Hog My Property

Posted by Northeast Georgia Contracting on Oct 10, 2018 10:58:07 AM

For those who haven’t practiced good growth or forage management, bush hogging dense and overgrown areas can allow new plants and vegetation to regrow at more contained rates, in addition to boosting the biological climate of the surrounding environment.

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