Did you know that one cedar tree consumes up to 30 gallons of water per day, and one acre of cedar trees can consume up to 55,000 gallons of water per year? That is a massive amount of water that isn't getting absorbed into the grasses for livestock to benefit from, or the run off that keeps ponds full for livestock and wildlife. Another hazard of cedar trees is they pose a massive fire hazard due to the characteristics of the sap they produce, and low hanging branches.
Call or message Dalton today for a free estimate to get your pastures cleaned up, and take back those lost acres that are being consumed by trees.
Below is a link explaing the benefits of clearing cedar trees posted in the High Plains Journal.