Posted: 13/11/2017 at 10:34
Thanks all for the responses. And yes, sorry; I should've clarified that I'm in the UK and working in Sterling.
I'll try to speak to someone who can talk me through my options. For now I'll revisit the power scythe idea!
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Or even tout about for a local agricultural contractor or farmer who would be prepared to cut it a few times a year as part of his 'charitable giving' that he/she could set against tax?
(I used to work for a charity ... people can be very helpful if asked in the right way )
Edited to add: Speak to your local Young Farmers Clubs ... maybe offer to do a talk at one of their meetings ... and then use the opportunity to do a bit of networking and explain this problem you're having ... perhaps they may come up with a solution?
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