Goats are amazing when it comes to clearing overgrown brush from your land and saving on feed costs at the same time. They're also great for starting your own money-making business renting your goats out to others for brush control.
There are plenty of other landowners who are anxious to clear brush and weeds from their property and pastures, and they're happy to rent your goats for the job.
But which types of goats are best for brush control? How many do you need? How do you keep them from running off? How much will they cost?
And won't predators get them if they're turned out on your property to eat the weeds?
In this guide we will share advice we've learned from our own years of experience and from other goat farmers that can answer those questions.
After you finish studying this guide, you'll be able to do the following: