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stumpcut.bar [email protected] Tree Clearing Cost. You will pay betweenand 2, per acre to clear lightly wooded lots, and between 3, and 5, per acre for heavily forested land.
If there are only a few trees on your lot, you will pay abouta tree. Fallen trees are less expensive to remove at. Jan 14, Tree removal –– 6, per acre (depending on lightly wooded to heavily wooded land) Single tree cut and removal –per tree Removal of fallen trees – 75 –per tree Brush removal – 20 –per acre.
May 20, Trees have a big impact on the cost to clear land. Clearing a heavily wooded lot might cost you as much as 3, to 5, per acre. But if it’s only sparsely wooded, you could pay as little asto 2, per acre.
Some pros may also charge an. A Georgia landowner [ 3] paid 2, to clear pine and brush from about acres, including clearing a driveway and digging a culvert, and 2, to clear about three-fourths of an acre in Florida. Do-it-yourself land clearing is possible but it's a lot of work and typically requires access to.
Clearing in a residential area with road crossings or curb crossings -> Kubota (the Fecon amd CMI’s steel tracks can damage roads and crush curbs) Clearing larger trees and vines or brush higher than 3 feet. -> Kubot and CMI (the CMI can only cut 3 feet high making it tough to get to higher underbrush and vines.
You can compost, burn, or shred the debris, according to your preference.
Dec 21, cut the trees down and cut them up into small pieces. As for the stumps cut then as low to the ground as you can (but leave a little on top) and use.