A Virginia busch farm will soon sell out of electric lawnmowers, leaving buyers to pay more than $4,000 a month for the devices.
The Virginia-based Virginia Bunch Farm sold out of its Electric Lawnmowers and Fence mowers last week, the Washington Post reported.
The busch also sells a number of other electric lawn tools, including electric fence mowers and a gas powered lawn mowers.
Virginia Bunch Farms said the mowers are made by an American company and sold by a supplier.
The buses also sell a number a lawn tools.
The company said in a statement that the mower sale is being done as a business decision and the sale is not an attempt to generate sales.
The company said that the busch is selling the lawn mowing machines in accordance with its contract with the federal government.
The federal government does not require that all products sold by busch be electric, the company said.
“The Virginia Banchuff Farms is a member of a consortium that operates several electric mowers, fences and other lawn tools,” the statement said.
The company did not say how much money the customers would have to pay for the electric products.”
Our customers have supported the company and have been extremely supportive of the busching organization.”
The company did not say how much money the customers would have to pay for the electric products.
The Washington Post said it contacted Virginia Burch Farms on Friday to ask why the company was selling the mow-mowing machines.
The farm responded that it has been sold to another company, and the Post did not have any information on the other company.