I've inherited taking over my in-laws 3+ acres (half wooded) since my father-in-law's passing a few years back and am glad to do it. My FIL could barely mow in his last few years but insisted on doing it and was the type not to let anyone work on his yard. It was not properly maintained (fertilizer, aerating, rolling, etc.) as he got older. Now when you mow you get bounced to death as the yard it quite uneven and bumpy, more so than simple rolling would fix. Also we've had equipment in to dredge the creek that runs through it as well as other heavy trucks which have left the yard with a number of ruts which have been patched but remain bumpy. We've also been flooded this summer which washed out a hill we had been filling in, but left the yard with deposits as well as gouges from the overflow of the creek. All I can think of to do to smooth and level all this out is to till the yard and reseed. Is this the thing to do or are there other pieces of equiptment I can rent to fix this? We do have a small Kubota 7610 with a three point. Thanks.