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Last updated 11:38PM ET
September 18, 2018
Nebraska News
Nebraska News
Turning to goats to weed out invasive plants
A herd of goats owned by Michelle Wendell, a rancher from Brewster, graze a patch of leafy spurge and other weeds on a farm near St. Paul in central Nebraska. photo by Sarah McCammon
(NET Radio) - When invasive weeds take root on a cattle ranch, they can choke out native grasses and other plants the animals need for grazing. So some Nebraska ranchers are beginning to turn to an unlikely source for help maintaining their pastures... goats. © Copyright 2018, NET Radio