I have a really rough field beyond the front yard of my house. It currently just has some sort of ground cover fescue and random bits of weeds in it. The downside is that I have to bushhog it once a month to keep it looking like someone lives in the house. The field hasn't been used for any farming for years and is quite uneven. I'm afraid it will mess up my cub, so I bushhog it with a framed tractor, but have to go pretty slow even on it to avoid destroying it and me. The rises and falls of the land are between 8" & 12" in spots and looks quite a bit like the surface of the moon, at least to my backside.
So, what's the best thing for a guy to do? I have access to some heavier tractors than my cub, along with some implements, like a pretty good sized disc harrow. Am I thinking on the right track to just disc some of it every year and then reseed it? I assume rises and falls of this size would be too much to hope that a roller might be able to fix? (and I don't have access to a roller, but that would be a fun project all by itself)
Thanks for any insights. Lance