"I had a single donkey to guard sheep & goats at one time. I still had a lot of canine attacks (neighbor dogs, feral dogs, coyote) that the donkey didn't prevent. Maybe the problem was that I only had one donkey. One day, I saw that donkey…"
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I have raised goats for years on mixed meadow/forest. The woods have been overtaken by Japanese Stiltgrass, while the goats have killed a lot of trees. I would like to reclaim the land with natives. Local resources assure me that I can't get forage to grow under the trees. I need better answers.
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