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Discussion in 'Lawn Mowing' started by LikeBrothers1, Jun 29, 2004.

  1. LikeBrothers1

    LikeBrothers1 LawnSite Member
    Posts: 13

    How about that bushhog any one got any thing to say.
  2. Jroctx

    Jroctx LawnSite Member
    from Austin
    Posts: 73

    Yeah, it can chew up some grass


  3. Moe Fish

    Moe Fish LawnSite Member
    from Fla
    Posts: 72

    You mean the bushhog brand ZTRs or a bushhog that goes on a tractor

  4. ken50

    ken50 LawnSite Member
    from tx
    Posts: 142

    The bush hog for a tractor, is it just for a rough cut on fields, etc? Are you able to get a lot of work doing that?
  5. Moe Fish

    Moe Fish LawnSite Member
    from Fla
    Posts: 72

    The ones for tractors are just for rough cut. The blades are made kind of dull and to swing back if they his a rock or ?? but I have seen people sharpen the blades and get a "fair" cut. I guess it depends on how good a cut you want but a bushhog is made for stuff like Jroctx posted in his pic

    Now they do make a rear finish mower this is big like a bushhog that is made to cut grass but you are driving over the grass with a heavy tractor just before you cut it so if a little wet it may not pick it back up and cut it

    Bushhog is a company and make more than the rotery field cutters. That is why I asked

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