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Austin and Lauren Smith, Goats On The Go owners, with their goats.

Poison ivy, multiflora rose, thistle. For landowners, invasive species like these pose a real headache. But for goats? Breakfast, lunch and dinner.

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A pair of goats rest after their work. The goats are part of Goats On The Go, a four-legged solution to your invasive plant problems.

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Goats eagerly attack their work. The goats are part of Goats On The Go, a four-legged solution to your invasive plant problems.

(2) comments

BDIndianola12

Lake Ahguabi would be great candidate for honeysuckle!

Susan Judkins

Goats have helped us get a handle on some of the undergrowth along the Clive greenbelt trail. A great cleanup option in poison ivy infested and thorny areas!

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