Simmons Sports & Services specializes in pasture work and we offer a variety of services to ensure all your needs are met. Our list of pasture work services continues to grow. Customers continue to be amazed at the transformations we can give their pasture, whether it’s getting rid of unwanted weeds, rebuilding dikes or a full pasture replant, we can do it all. Here are the services we currently offer: Pasture Planting and Reseeding Our innovative approach to seeding will leave you with results that beat hydroseeding and regular seeding. We start off with grading and leveling. Having a level pasture ensures water will evenly distribute leaving your pasture free of standing pools of water. Once level we rock rake. A rocky pasture results in patchy grass. Next step is the rough and final grade, additional dirt can be brought in if needed. The pasture is now ready to be planted. Our grass drill ensures the seed is evenly distributed meaning not only do you get a great, lush looking pasture, you also get what you pay for. Our proof is in the pictures. We know you’ll be satisfied with the results. And once planted we’ll leave you with our step by step instructions on caring for your pasture. Our process includes grading, leveling, rock raking, rough grade, final grade and hauling in dirt if needed. Our proof is in the pictures. Our step by step instructions is a fool proof guide at your fingertips for how to care for your lawn once it's planted. Mowing We have the perfect equipment to quickly and efficiently handle your lot mowing needs in Southeast Idaho. Whether you need weeds or pasture grass mowed, you won’t be disappointed in the results. Dike building Our unique approach to rebuilding dikes means you’ll get great looking dikes that will last. Spraying & Sterilizing We offer a variety of spraying options for all you needs. For most noxious weeds in our area we typically apply Our licensed insured applicator sprays weeds and applies ground sterilant. Fall Fertilization Having your pasture fertilized in essential to the overall health of your pasture grass. Applied in the fall it is a great way to ensure your grass will come back in the spring looking nice and green.