Good advice so far! Sounds like you are doing well with them.
We don't have any now, but my grandpa did keep goats with the horses when I was a kid. They kept the fence rows clean & ate whatever weeds that came up in the pasture that the horses wouldn't touch. He never had to spray fence rows or mow the pasture. He even loaned out one of the nanny goats to a friend with an orphan foal for a replacement mommy. I will have to dig up those pictures, pretty darn cute watching a foal on it's knees nursing a goat :)
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