Frequently Asked Questions
Questions About the Goats
Do they eat most weeds and brush?
Yes. Goats will eat most invasive species and thick brush including poison oak and poison ivy. The majority of native seasonal and perennial California weeds rank among their favorites. Please contact us for further details.
Can the goats stay out at night?
Yes. Goats will naturally congregate at night and will even continue eating if they have adequate lighting. We keep them in a portable electrified fence that helps them feel safe and protected from coyotes, bobcats and other predators.
Who watches over the goats?
Our qualified Shepherds. In order to ensure the goats' safety, a shepherd will be present on each site and will camp out near the herd at night. Shepherds will gladly address any questions or concerns regarding the goats.
Are the goats dangerous?
No. Goats are friendly, docile animals whose primary concerns involve choosing which type of brush they should have for lunch, and which they should save for dinner.
Questions About the Business
Can I get an estimated price?
Different jobs have vastly different requirements. Types of terrain, amount and type of vegetation, and the time of the year are the three biggest factors to consider when pricing a job. For details on your area, please contact us directly via phone or e-mail for a free estimate.
Do you do special events outside of Grazing?
Each area comes with different circumstances, for details, please contact us via phone or e-mail and we'd be happy to discuss it with you.
Is there a size requirement for the jobs?
Yes, we require a minimum of five acres of land to be grazed.