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Anyone started cutting grass yet?

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As the title.

 

I've cut the grass at one of my sites. The warm November kept the grass growing. I had a nice dry windy day today so took the chance to tidy a site up.

 

Most of my sites are going to need a cut this month.

 

Anyone else in the same boat?

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As the title.

 

I've cut the grass at one of my sites. The warm November kept the grass growing. I had a nice dry windy day today so took the chance to tidy a site up.

 

Most of my sites are going to need a cut this month.

 

Anyone else in the same boat?

 

Hi DAVE to warm for LOG SALES SO CUT GRASS MATE 👍👍👍👍thanks Jon

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I still have customers who want to do their 'last cut' before letting their mower come in for winter service.

A week later they will be desperate to do the 'first cut'

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We haven't cut anything since October, Winter hasn't really arrived yet so the mower will be idle until April! :) The Virtues of living in the North :001_tt2:

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I thought I was in the north being in Sunderland.

 

It keeps the work varied though. Grass cutting, followed by log delivering and looks like I'll be Gritting at the weekend. All good

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