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Goat Patrol Gotta Love 'Em
By Ron Lee
Published: 02/22/20 Topics: Agriculture, Weather Comments: 0
Although it is still frigid at our 4,200 elevation, today February 19th was bright and sunny. Seems like the green things will be greening up soon. Maybe its time to call the Goat Patrol to visit our Diamond Belle Guest Ranch.
Wayne and Jenny Knoz have a unique workforce. They bring out friendly employee goats to your farm, field, pasture, lawn, hillside or mountain to mow down whatever you want removed in an environmentally friendly manner..
Natural weed control, brush trimming, grass mowing, fuel suppression, pasture maintenance and yes they fertilize while they work.
Plus I must admit they are charming and friendly. Maybe more so than most human co-workers.
So if you has a weed that has gone to seed, this is something you need. Goat PatrolGoat Patrol 509-954-7682.
Author: Ron Lee, Diamond Belle Ranch
Blog #: 0719 – 02/22/20
– 767 Acres wilderness guest ranch, surrounded by thousands of acres of forest service, with 44 acre private fly fishing Walker Lake. Majestic Wauconda lodge sleeps up to 23 over night guests, and up to 250 daily visitors for private weddings and groups. Nearby by but far from Spokane, Wenatchee and Seattle Tacoma. – DiamondBelleRanch.com
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