Goats Leaving Park on Wednesday Morning


If you'd like to come down and see these goats, then Tuesday, March 10, 2009 is your last full day to do so.

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Metabolic Studio photo by Kate Balug

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3 Comments:

At 12:58 PM , Blogger dubbyd said...

Goats ain't so green after all. Rumor has it they damaged if not killed a bunch of trees by stripping off their bark at when used in downtown by the CRA.

There is also a lot of concern about goats being vectors for weeds as they move from site to site with weed seed in their gut and on their fur.

Goats don't spew exhaust like mowers do, but weeds are pollution too.

http://www.cal-ipc.org/resources/pdf/BioPollution.pdf

 
At 3:25 PM , Blogger dubbyd said...

Corrected Typo:

Goats ain't so green after all. Rumor has it they damaged if not killed a bunch of trees by stripping off their bark when used in downtown by the CRA.

There is also a lot of concern about goats being vectors for weeds as they move from site to site with weed seed in their gut and on their fur.

Goats don't spew exhaust like mowers do, but weeds are pollution too.

http://www.cal-ipc.org/resources/pdf/BioPollution.pdf

 
At 5:06 PM , Blogger Martha said...

it is not just the mowers. the goats eliminate the need for toxic pesticides. so the few weeds can be pulled or in the case of the goats. I am not sure about these goats but most of the time the lead goat has seed pack so they can also restore the native species.

 

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