"Is the photo of your goats eating Paulownia? From where did you get it? Is it invasive? My Finnsheep are unusual in that they like to eat invasives like barberry, switchgrass, hickory leaves and twigs, oak leaves and twigs, willow…"
Your plan reads like it is quote viable. I have recently started silvopasture for my small flock of sheep. They are much less likely to cause lots of damage to the forest than your Angus! What I am trying is quite similar to what…"
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