I have inherited some land which has not been maintained for several (30!) years. On it there are brambles etc. taller than I am and trees\shrubs so you can not even walk in a lot of the land.
I am looking to clear it all down and turn it into grazing land, with a house, outbuildings etc.
What is the best way of clearing the area and turning it into grazing land.
In a walled garden part I started with a hand brush cutter and you can now walk around that part but you are effectively now walking on a carpet of branches etc. so I doubt any weedkiller would soak into the soil. What would be the suggestions for next steps?
Do I need to use the same approach for the rest of the land?