I own a piece of level land (11.4 acres) near Sutherlin, Oregon and am looking for a cost-effective way to clear parts of it- including some blackberry and scotchbroom. Some of this would be clear-cutting brush to leave open space (about 2-4 acres) and some would be clearing undergrowth around large trees. I would be doing follow-up clearing as necessay later on. I also have a 2-3 acre meadow planted with rye grass that I would like to keep cut back on a regular basis. Although a tractor with a bushhog would be great, I can get a used 11 hp Outback Brush Cutter (from a rental company) for around $900. Given that I'm not working under a time-crunch, do you think the Outback could do the job and be a cost-effective answer? Thanks.