I have recently raised my rates 10%, all clients intact. 5 clients are still priced way under market value despite the increase ( Ok I screwed up on these service quotes from the get go) These large properties are a real nightmare. Very picky owners, beds everywhere, sloping islands that no mower can traverse-trimming takes forever to get just right, poor drainage wet all the time in the valleys between the yards, tons of trees, fences all around, perilous canal edges ( last year my 36 WB took a nose dive off one of the weak edges into about five feet of water before it stopped on the cliff, $ 300 to fix) and so many hedges and bushes to trim that I'm there all day, excessive edging, and did I mention the unbelievable amount of weeds. Sounds like I'm whining about these yards but you would probably run like allp the other LCO's before me. The yards represent 15% of my business gross. Should I just suck it up or drop these? If so, How?