Goatscaping cost- $12 rental per day, per goat. Goats eat 140 sq ft per goat per day. We charge mileage one-way $1 per mile for delivery of goats . They eat from ground level to 4 ft and sometimes higher of all green foliage. Goats will not eat tree as they are not beavers. The avg. size backyard that is severely overgrown cost between 200$ to $400. It will take 5 to 7 days and 5 to 10 goats depending on alot of variables. Land requiring large amounts of cutting in order setup fences will require a setup fee. Which will be determined at a free estimate.
Poison Oak, poison ivy, poison sumac, Virginia creeper, cow itch. They also love briers, Kudzu, saw briars, and any vines.
Goats cost 50% less than Large equipment. Goats can eat up to 10% of their body weight per day. Goats eat up to 22 hours a day. Large equipment can damage tree roots and cause tree death. Herbicides and pesticides can linger and have lasting effects. They can absorb into the soil and get in our streams and ponds in the surrounding area and cause harmful effects to the wildlife and plants. Look at the declining bee population. Goats are more entertaining than heavy equipment.
Call me for a free property assessment at 803-493-9104. We can make your property more valuable and manageable. We use nature's brush cleaners. Plus our goats are cute and friendly.
How many goats do I need?
Depends on area size, more goats are faster to a point. After a point it is unsafe. 100 goats on an acre is dangerous for the goats, even nice goats don't like being stuck in an elevator for a long period of time.
Do you do a rent to own program? No I do not, I know they are cute, I know they like saltine crackers, but you have to give them back after the job is done.
Will I work with you on payments? Yes, money will not get in the way of improving your land. I have several customers who pay over an extended period of time. Being straight with me will get you taken care of.
Green Goat landscaping out of Elgin has workers who love to eat on the job and well that's the job.
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