http://mikesbackyardnursery.com – This brush cutter amazes me as to what it will cut through! Check it out!
Amazon Auto Links: No products found.
Author: Mikes BackyardNursery
The brushcutter in the video didn’t have those problems.
did’t even hesitate. I’m also impressed. God job!
The brush cutter in the video didn’t seem to have those problems.
Do I see black walnut leaves? Don’t cut those trees down! Big ones can sell for big bucks!
big man don’t get gobbled up by a hungry bear up behind those weeds .
Thanks for the information how mush do they cost.
well, you lucked out then, or I have had the misfortune to run ones that were less that good.
The brushcutter in the video didn’t have
Informative video – this machine appears to be excellent for knocking down weed/brush growth in areas that have not been properly maintained for years. Having used a late 1950 vintage Gravely for years with a sickle bar cutter, it was okay but lots of maintenance on the sickle cutting blades and the outdated L head engine was a pain to start and lacked the power/torque of a modern engine like the Honda used in this machine. Best of all – this machine can be rented from a local Home Depot at very reasonable rental rates.
Hey there Mike! To you and all, a big good day to you. I have used most everything to do field and brush mowing. The Billy Goat Outback is good for small areas of flat smooth terrain where one is not looking for a groomed manicured cut but just looking to knocked down vegetation. It does not have a flexing deck, and is slow bogs down easily,leave an uncut strip of grass on the left side and has too small of a fuel tank. I use a DR and prefer it.
Mike, Take a look at an older Gravely walk behind tractor. Much more versitile than the outback. Alot of different attachments that would work great for a nursery and better built than anything in the last 30 years.
that thing is a beast! I love your overalls!
What is the ball park pricing on something like this Mike. I wouldn’t mind used as long as it is mechanically sound.
whoa! Impressed. Also I like the kid-like enthusiasm with the new-found toy. I enjoy your videos Mike. Keep’em comin’!
Good video, that thing is hungry for some grass 🙂