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Ainsley Strawder, 11, and her mother, Heather Strawder, check on some of their favorite goats during Strawder’s Happy Goats Grazing Service in Dickens.

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Goats have a run of a place during Strawder’s Happy Goats Grazing Service in Dickens. They offer as a sustainable, low-impact approach to control invasive weeds, generally for supervision agencies and nonprofits.



Posted: Saturday, Jun 20, 2015 12:30 am

Is there a marketplace for animals to ambience weeds along Nebraska highways? Totes ma-goats

By Paige Yowell / World-Herald staff writer

The Omaha World-Herald

These grass mowers have a ambience for weeds, don’t need any fuel, and move their possess fertilizer. But their services substantially are some-more costly than your 15-year-old neighbor’s.

They are a goats of Happy Goats Grazing Service and they are gainfully employed, with a $120,000, two-year agreement with a Nebraska Department of Roads.

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