Hey guys, first post on the new site but really excited to be a part of the group. I have a property with a 7 acre field that is currently overgrown pasture, but according to previous owner it was good tillable land and I want to transition it back and plant it to soybeans or corn next Spring/early summer. The overgrown field has not been touched in what looks like 10 years or more. Small trees, blackberry bushes, etc. are currently growing as well as weeds and grasses. Looking at options for how to get it cleared efficiently and also keeping a budget in mind? Leaning towards getting a dozer out there to put a firebreak around it and burn it here in the next couple of weeks and then lime and fertilize as well as potentially put down some winter wheat seed to see if we can get any growth the remainder of this year, and then really start prepping, tilling, etc next year to get it ready for planting. Located in NE Oklahoma. Any thoughts would certainly be appreciated!