Do you have unwanted weeds? Are you unable or unwilling to apply herbicides or pesticides to manage them?
- Goats are an effective bio-control agent providing noxious weed control and management.
- Eliminate the use of harmful herbicides and pesticides.
- Goats eat poisonous plants like Hemlock, Poison Oak, Pampas Grass, Blackberry bushes, Blooming Yellow Star Thistle, Knapweed, and Mustard species.
- Renting goats are an eco-friendly fuel reduction benefit.
- Goat grazing helps heal the land through erosion mitigation, flood control, reclamation, and re-seeding.
- Goats help prevent forest fires—or at best slow a fire down—by eating the dry stuff and reducing tinder for fires before the fire season strikes.
- Goats browse year-round and are an important part of grazing land management.
- Goats do not to compete with cattle for grass—they are browsers, whose diet consists of about 70% non-grassy species.
- Goat grazing tends to make good cattle pastures and cattle grazing tends to make good goat pastures.
- Goats eat 25% of their body weight each day.
- Goats hooves till and aerate the soil, mulch the soil, trample their own fertilizer into the soil, and irrigate it.
- Goats help build soil nutrients through fertilization.
Lani Malmberg, owner of Ewe4ic Geological Services aka Goat Green (TM), uses goats in a controlled grazing environment to gradually and naturally remove weeds and return your land to a healthy, natural ecosystem.
Malmberg wanders the meadows, hillsides and waterways of the West, hooked staff in hand, pitting 1,500 cashmere goats against pockets of unwanted weeds that infest the landscape.