Field mowing, also known as “Bush Hogging” or “Brush Hogging,” uses a massive type of mower (or and attachment for the tractor). Bush hogging allows mowing large fields, medians, ditches, and lake or river banks that are overgrown.
In the Upstate area, BMC is becoming the “go-to” company when heavy-duty bush hogging or broad field mowing services are needed.
Vast areas of land require different mowing equipment. Bush hogging can quickly mow a larger area than using conventional equipment.
Grass, weeds, and brush can be cut using our field mowers; you would find it impossible to mow with a standard residential or even commercial lawnmower. With an 8 to 16 feet width, a field mower can quickly cover a considerable vast of grass. However, a bush hog far exceeds with power and durability to other mowers. Bush or Brush hogs can accomplish tougher jobs with high-quality results in less time. BMC owns professional heavy-duty equipment to tackle overgrown fields, ditches, pond/lake banks, and medians without problems.
Do you have a large field or other piece of land that is in need of a visit from our heavy-duty field mowers? If so, call us today for a free quote on bush hogging your property. Serving Upstate South Carolina.
Quick FAQ: A bush hog or “brush hog” is a type of rotary mower. These are equipment attachments to hook up to the back of a farm-style tractor.
They are on a three-point hitch and driven by a power take-off (PTO).
The mowing blades are rigidly attached to the drive like a lawnmower blade. However, they are on hinges, so if you run over a rock or tree stump, it will bounce backward and inward, and then centrifugal force makes it go outwards again. Rotary blades on a bush-hog, unlike conventional mower blades, and not sharpened. They are thick and quite dull so they can mow through dense plant growth. Blades made from Heat-treated steel, makes them withstand strikes with hard materials like rock, stones, and stumps.