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Rutted/bumpy pasture.....the fix?

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 · Box Scraper to level out a plowed field? - posted in Machinery: Ok guys this could be a dumb question, but this past fall i had problems getting a small 2 ac field i plowed up to drill in some new O grass. Probably the biggest part of my problem was the fact i've never did much plowing before. I used a 2 bottom plow and kept making adjustments till i found what seem to work decent. · The best way to smooth out a field is by top dressing or lawn leveling. K. kilpatrickshrub&turf LawnSite Member. Location atlanta area. May 29, #5 Run a box blade over it and re seed. Called by some a "grade box". If real rough b sure the blade box has a scarifier bar. GreenUtah LawnSite Senior Member. Location SLC, UT. Jun 2,  · Half of the west pasture and part of the middle were really rough, i mean rutted. I was mowing in mid range, but had to back off the throttle alot and crawl over the bad areas to keep from losing a kidney and the occasional vertebrae.

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7 Steps to Successful Pasture Establishment

 · All you need is a 4-wheeler and a piece of chain-link fence. Just hook the piece of fencing to the back of the 4-wheeler and drag it around the field. Keep dragging it around until your pasture is smooth and even. DH is using a "harrow rake" like this one. When he finished the field was as smooth as silk. Much better! · DH and I are currently house-hunting. We found a nice place on 5.31 acres that we really like, and are seriously considering making an offer very soon. However, it's new construction in the middle of what was overgrown field/pasture previously. There is grass growing, but it's all thick... · It also tends to be rough and very uneven. You will be driving across this field after planting for years to come, so you want it to be as smooth and firm before planting. Dr. Carrol Chambliss was the Forage Specialists for many years in Florida.

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Turning a field into a lawn

 · Page 1 of 2 - What tool to use to get th ground smooth before planting hay - posted in Machinery: I have a couple pieces of ground that were pasture for well over 50 years and are terribly rough and uneven and would like to get them like a sheet of glass before planting orchard grass the end of the month. Last year I cut the ground with a 9 foot offset disc and went back multiple trips with a ... · After that I will disk it smooth and hopefully be able to sprig it this coming winter/spring. The end goal is rid the pasture of the KR and get a good stand of coastal eventually. Reply. M-5 Well-known member. Joined ... I di'd up about 20 acres due to hog damage and now its as rough as a cob everywhere. Almost need seatbelts when crossing on a ... · DH and I are currently house-hunting. We found a nice place on 5.31 acres that we really like, and are seriously considering making an offer very soon. However, it's new construction in the middle of what was overgrown field/pasture previously. There is grass growing, but it's all thick.

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How to Clear a Field of Rocks

 · Hey guys, what would be the best way to smooth out some land that was farmed and has remnants of the old rows. I am using my land for pasture and currently can only drive in one direction across it (with any comfort). I was thinking of lightly discing it, maybe 2"-3" deep each time I mow it. · Agree with the others. You will need to loosen the soil first. Thinking a large tractor with blade would easily level and smooth the plowed field. Suggest talking to neighbors who own large machinery. Perhaps one of the neighbors would level the ground when he has some slow time.An old or abandoned field that has become overgrown with weeds will, over time become overgrown with rocks as well. Over the passage of time, woodland type weeds begin to dominate over perennial weeds in an abandoned or neglected field, causing the soil to become more acidic.

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Riding terrain vs. pasture terrain

 · Riding terrain vs. pasture terrain. Jump to Latest Follow 1 - 15 of 15 Posts. LetAGrlShowU · Registered. Joined Mar 25, · 1,365 Posts ... · About Press Copyright Contact us Creators Advertise Developers Terms Privacy Policy & Safety How YouTube works Test new features Press Copyright Contact us Creators ... · Riding terrain vs. pasture terrain. Jump to Latest Follow 1 - 15 of 15 Posts. LetAGrlShowU · Registered. Joined Mar 25, · 1,365 Posts.

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Rough Pasture, How to make it smooth

Depending on the techniques used, this task can either be a smooth process or a frustrating mess. In an effort to help it be a smooth process, let's discuss 4 tips for moving and gathering cattle from the pasture. 1. Finding the Herd: Initially, the cattle must be located when grazing in large pastures. · Clearing land can definitely be a big job, but if you take it step-by-step, it is doable. Start by sizing up the situation to determine how much of the job you can handle yourself, and which portions of the project might require outside... · Re: Rough Pasture, How to make it smooth I have about 15 acres that I've rutted up bush-hogging when it was too wet that's pretty rough. I'm thinking of running the tiller through the rough spots at a fairly shallow depth and maybe backdragging with the boxblade.

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best time to harrow #

 · Hey guys, what would be the best way to smooth out some land that was farmed and has remnants of the old rows. I am using my land for pasture and currently can only drive in one direction across it (with any comfort). I was thinking of lightly discing it, maybe 2"-3" deep each time I mow it. · Hello, I have built a house in what used to be a cow pasture. I have been mowing 4.5 acres weekly for several years with a 6' finish mower. The yard looks acceptable but is so bumpy I cannot mow fast at all. I would like to smooth out the ground considerably to be able to mow quicker. 3... · I have some pasture near Eugene that's very rough from horse hoof indentations (last winter). I was thinking of harrowing part of the land to smooth it out. 1) Is there a best season to do this? Should the ground be damp or dry? 2) Would grass need to be reseeded after harrowing or will it ….

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Pasture Renovation

 · Posted: Fri Mar 02, 5:56 pm Post subject: Re: smoothing rough field for horse pasture: Your tractor could plow three acres in around a half day or less, that would kill the existing weeds and sod. Disking it in two directions would take less than a half day and would do a lot to level and smooth the field. · Re: Rough Pasture, How to make it smooth I have about 15 acres that I've rutted up bush-hogging when it was too wet that's pretty rough. I'm thinking of running the tiller through the rough spots at a fairly shallow depth and maybe backdragging with the boxblade.Any farm with pasture land can benefit from a little pasture renovation from time to time. Here's how to bring your fields back to life. ... smooth out rough spots, and prepare the perfect.

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How Can I Make My Lawn Smooth if It Is Very Bumpy?

 · Disk and harrow in a angle (X) from the way the rows ran. This worked well in ancient times when corn rows were knocked down and oats or barley sown; of course back then it was standard practice to disk and harrow before planting and again after.As previously stated you may have to do this for a couple of years to get it smooth. · The best way to smooth out a field is by top dressing or lawn leveling. K. kilpatrickshrub&turf LawnSite Member. Location atlanta area. May 29, #5 Run a box blade over it and re seed. Called by some a "grade box". If real rough b sure the blade box has a scarifier bar. GreenUtah LawnSite Senior Member. Location SLC, UT. Jun 2, Bumpy lawns are caused by mole tunnels, clumps of weeds and natural settling of the soil. The best approach to solving the problem and restoring a smooth, easy-to-mow lawn depends on the severity and underlying cause. Some lawns can be fixed without disturbing the ….

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