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Little trees growing under thinned out tree area

Back in October I began to thin out some trees and an area that I'm going to put a horse and under the area where there are some trees, Now there are little trees starting to come up. Small enuff to clip though with a lopper or even scissors lol but thats alot to try and clip being they are so small. I do want that grass to grown under their so what would be a good remedy to get rid of those little trees and possibly get the grass to grow?

In the pasture area today I put some weed and feed over the area of the field that I mowed down a few days ago. I don't really wana put round up in the areas of the small little trees then have to possibly plant seeds in that area. I might have to just go in there and clip the things and let the grass thats trying to grow in there come on up.

In the 2nd pic where you see the oak leaves, I have to rake those up and burn because I originally wasn't going to extend the pasture beyond the area where it is cleared now.
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