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Flail Mowing Costs

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Evening All, 

 

Just looking for some budget costs for flail mowing approx 5000m of rides and footpaths through a woodland access is pretty good and would guess a small excavator and flail would be the best course of action its mainly stingers and a few brambles that would need clearing there would be a  small amount that would need doing manual with brushcutter. Any ball park figures would be much appreciated as im unsure about what a approx cost would be for something of this size. 

Any Help much appreciated 

 

Thanks in advance 

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It depends whether it's an ongoing job or a one off job, ours tend to be ongoing so we hit them hard with a mulcher and make them mowable for a tractor and flail for the coming years. Nothing worse than beating up flail mowers on stumps and crap buried in brambles.

 

Bob

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