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Slow as it goes, the most concise words for our new farm progress.  But slow as it goes, it is happening!

Last weekend we “cut in” the fenceline for the initial goat pastures.

I began thinking about just what cutting in the fenceline meant.  I must give credit to the animals themselves.

Goats – they provide us with entertainment and companionship, milk, and now, an environmentally safe clean-up.

We do not need gallons of diesel fuel and heavy equipment to clean up the last sections of our farm.  We have goats.

They benefit from the lush green.  There is nothing better for a goat than the leaves from deep-rooted plants, especially leaves from trees.   And the land benefits by the adding back of natural fertilization.  I cannot imagine a better situation.

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