Tyler Ludens wrote:Is there a particular reason you want to smooth it? Dips help capture run-off during rains. Smoothing could cause the field to become drier.
F Agricola wrote:In the horse drawn days, they'd plough the paddock then run what was called a 'slide' over it - it looks like a small timber barge, the operator stands on it and the horse/s pull it to slightly flatten the soil and break up clods. The front leading edge was slightly curved to reduce friction and stop it getting caught. (My Grandfather used this device regularly.)
Sherwood Botsford wrote:To mow it now is to rattle your teeth out.
Sherwood Botsford wrote:I would have to fence the tree farm off from the rest of the land; I don't know sheep at all, and am concerned they would eat my seedlings, step on my seedlings, leave sheep crap where my customers would step in it.