Saturday, December 3, 2011

Goats and Mustard Weed

Goats will eat most types of weeds.

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Goats may be a valuable tool for mustard weed control because they typically consume most brush and weed types. If you choose to utilize goats as a means of weed control, be aware the weed removal process is slower than when spraying herbicides. In the long run, however, they may be your least financial and environmental costly option.

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Mustard is a type of plant family that is identifiable by a pungent and sulfurous taste or odor. Most mustard's have flowers that are yellow with four petals shaped in a cross arrangement. This plant family includes many considered nuisance weeds, such as the yellow rocket, black mustard and peppergrass. Goats will eat these weeds, thus acting as a natural weed control.

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