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Old 07-16-2017, 06:43 PM   #51
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In my part of the world a bush hog/rotary cutter/ etc is an implement attached to the back of a tractor that is used mostly to cut grass. Usually 6-8 feet wide. Larger versions can be up to 20+ feet wide and cut tall grass and materiel up to 4.5 inches in diameter. The bigger the bush hog/rotary cutter the bigger the tractor (more Horse power) must be.
We used to do it by tractor but as seen above, my fiancÚ son works as the groundskeeper for a millionaire and he gets to bring the equipment home from work to use on our farm. It gets around the trees and such much better than the tractor! We were fortunate this year but we sold all of our cows so now the son has free reign of the farm for his horses and donkeys!
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Old 07-17-2017, 08:42 AM   #52
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We have watched my fiancÚs brother, he is not putting on but I sware that man is not scared of anything, maybe it's just luck so far. The best friend? I don't know, she loves her bees more than anything, I don't see reason why she would lie but maybe she does.
Well, more power to 'em. I'm not afraid of them, but I do respect what they can do.

Btw, if you're interested in learning about beekeeping without becoming a beekeeper, there's a wonderful novel called "The Bees" by Laline Paul. It describes hive life in detail. Very interesting.
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Old 07-17-2017, 10:13 AM   #53
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Well, more power to 'em. I'm not afraid of them, but I do respect what they can do.

Btw, if you're interested in learning about beekeeping without becoming a beekeeper, there's a wonderful novel called "The Bees" by Laline Paul. It describes hive life in detail. Very interesting.
Well I'm back to work and the friend said she always wears a suit and she said the brother is stupid if he doesn't
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Well I'm back to work and the friend said she always wears a suit and she said the brother is stupid if he doesn't
My husband even wraps the bottoms of his pants with masking tape because one crawled up his pants leg and stung him.
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My husband even wraps the bottoms of his pants with masking tape because one crawled up his pants leg and stung him.
I would be in full gear! I hate getting stung.
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