Evidence of the prolonged heatwave this summer can be seen in the trees, hedges and grassy areas on residential streets and parks. Many trees are showing signs of heat stress and the grass is yellow.
The weather is set to become cooler this month with plenty of rainfall, so weeds, brush and shrubbery will once again be growing.
Cleaning up overgrown areas of land now is a good idea before the growth gets out of control. Whether it’s an unused field, overgrown scrubland or a dense orchard, we have brush mowers up to the task.
Sturdy and-heavy duty Billy Goat machines are simple to operate and will clear areas with complete ease. Our brush mowers are designed for cutting the toughest of overgrown areas. They plough through dense brush up to 6’ high, as well as grass and weeds as tall as 8”. Even saplings don’t stand a chance! These powerful machines are unfazed by hidden items lurking in the grass such as rocks, fence posts, even tyres! They make clearing vast areas, meadows and fields a breeze, as well as also being handy for clearing paths and tackling overgrowth that has perhaps got a little out of hand.
There are five models in the range offering a variety of options. All models have a 26” cutting width and a heavy duty blade spindle that is reinforced on four sides to tackle the toughest of cutting tasks with ease, as well as a rigid deck for extra stability. There are two self-propelled models with three speeds, both powered by 13hp petrol engines, and weigh in at 166kg.
For more information about Billy Goat’s brush mowers, visit: http://www.billygoat.co.uk/Brush%20Mowers%20Page.html