Goats are an alternative method of Noxious Weed Control that is Environmentally friendly & Rancher friendly.


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Goats provide non-toxic noxious weed control, simultaneously reducing tinder for fires & building soil nutrients through fertilization. Pesticides don"t.


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Reasons to Reduce Fire Fuel Load with Goats. Goats:

Goats minimize fire danger và sequester more carbonGoats are a cost-efffective way khổng lồ reduce fire fuels with a comparably small footprintTargeted goat grazing significantly reduced undesired plants and increase plant species richnessGoats reduce fuel loads over large acreagesGoats reduce fire fuel ladders over large and steep, rocky, remote, or rugged landscapes inaccessible for equipment or hand crewsGoat grazing improves the soil by enriching microbial communitiesGoat eat trees, brush, and weeds including poison oak, Cheatgrass biomass và cover, & invasive honeysucklePrescribed goat grazing is an ecologically và economically sustainable management toolGoat grazing increases soil carbon sequestration, water infiltration & water storage, above & below ground biodiversity and resiliency to climate change

Reasons lớn Manage Weeds with Goats. Goats:

Goats eliminate the use of harmful herbicides và pesticidesGoats reduce your fossil fuel consumptionGoats are bio-control agents used to lớn control weedsGoats eat noxious plants like Hemlock, Poison Oak, Pampas Grass, Blackberry Bushes, Blooming Yellow Star Thistle, and Mustard speciesGoats slow down or prevent forest fires by eating the dry stuff before the fire season strikesGoats browse year-round & are an important part of grazing land managementGoats vị not compete with cattle for grass - they are browsers, whose diet consists of about 70% non-grassy speciesGoat grazing makes good cattle pastures & cattle grazing makes good goat pasturesGoat hooves till and aerate the soil và trample in their own fertilizerGoats eat 3% of their body weight/day of dry matter (dry matter is lượt thích a bale of hay, whereas lush green food is mostly water)