I'm thinking that none of y'all have ever run a good sized tractor (50+ HP) with a big old bush hog behind it, and a good sized FEL in front. If I can run it over, it gets mowed down, if I can't run it over, I can knock it down with the FEL, then crush it and mow it, or move it aside to rot, and I'll get it next year. I don't have to worry about regrowth because the new growth is gone next mow job.
I guess that mowing all these years has given me long term perspective. It gets better every time you mow it, until it is in good shape and easy to mow. I've been maintaining the same property for almost 20 years, and it looks much better now than it did when I got the job.
Rent a good sized tractor with a Bush Hog & FEL, and don't kill yourself learning to use it. SEAT BELT & ROLL CAGE
I have a short attention spa