We are not accepting Christmas trees this year. Our fellow goat lover Michelle Chandler is gratefully accepting trees for her herd. Trees can be dropped off at her farm at 326 West Pomeroy Lane, Amherst anytime.
You’ll love our Goats
Joyful animals, fun to watch. Goats are remarkably intelligent, friendly, and easy going. They get along well with other animals, children, and each other, each with their own unique personality.
Pesticide free solution
Herbicides often have negative impact on the surrounding ecosystem, killing more than just the target weeds. The goats not only get rid of the brush in more natural manner, but also have a positive impact on the area. Their soft hooves are gentle on the ground and they provide natural fertilizer leaving the area ready for repurposing.
Goat Girls is the Valley’s best solution to invasive plants
Goat Girls is the Valley’s best and newest solution to invasive plants, like multiflora rose and bittersweet, and irritants like poison ivy and sumac.
Goats are Good for the Planet
Goat getting ready for a day’s brush clearing in Amherst MA
Goats and grazing animals have been used for centuries for land management. Goats provide an ecologically sound and economically viable alternative for biological weed and brush control.
Managed Grazing takes into account multiple levels of ecology and environment including: vegetation types, soil types, watershed functions, plant recovery mechanisms, nutrient flow and energy cycling.
The animals also provide organic fertilizer, which can help to restore degraded earth and natural soil organisms.
Goat grazing is also much safer to our water supply than the use of toxic herbicides and chemicals.