larryc at teleport.com
Wed Jan 29 08:12:30 EST 1997
In article <32ED0C21.25E0 at livingston.net>,
Don Staples <dstaples at livingston.net> wrote:
> now setting up a large acreage for cattle grazing to reduce the brush without the use of
> chemicals. Amazing what a herd of Brahmins can do.
Don't overlook sheep. They can do a really nice job around young trees.
They'll graze competing vegetation short enough that it weakens the roots.
The last place I owned I cleared 40 acres by hand and never broke a sweat.
I did it all with goats and pigs. I even made a profit on the pigs and
about broke even on the goats.
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