Navigating the Heart of Bush-Whacker: An Inside Look with Terry Gray

Navigating the Heart of Bush-Whacker: An Inside Look with Terry Gray We’re thrilled to introduce you to one of our dedicated team members, Terry Gray. With over a decade of experience at Bush-Whacker, Terry brings a wealth of knowledge and a passion for people to his role in shipping and receiving. Let’s dive into Terry’s […]

Getting the Secret Out: The Bush-Whacker Brand

Getting the Secret Out: The Bush-Whacker Brand With 135 million acres of farmland spread across Texas and Louisiana, there’s no shortage of demand for Bush-Whacker’s heavy-duty, high-quality rotary cutters. Covering this territory, otherwise known as Bush-Whacker Zone 2, is Territory Manager Billy Scott. Prior to joining Bush-Whacker, Billy was a business owner with 20 years […]

A History of Rotary Cutters

A History of Rotary Cutters There are more names for a rotary cutter than there are names for soda in the US, and it has a lot to do with who pioneered the equipment in various parts of the States. Growing up in the South, a lot of our folks knew these tractor attachments as […]

Prepping Your Rotary Cutter for the Mowing Season

Prepping Your Rotary Cutter for the Mowing Season Whether you’re a seasoned hand with a rotary cutter or just buying your first 6-foot brush hog, a little prep goes a long way before you hit the pastures. Here in Arkansas, where Bush-Whackers are manufactured, our mowing season starts after May, typically in the humid Southern […]

Short Line, Long Distance

Short Line, Long Distance We pride ourselves on being a “short line” manufacturer, meaning we don’t produce millions of implements and attachments like most of our competition. We just do rotary cutters and the pieces needed to keep them working. This was quite refreshing for our Eastern Sales Rep, Don Clements, who came from selling […]