Lists for vegetation dos and don'ts for goats.

Discussion in 'Health & Wellness' started by ChrisM, May 19, 2017.

  1. ChrisM

    ChrisM New Member

    Jan 12, 2014
    I hate starting new threads for something I am sure has been posted but I suck at finding things on my phone. We have a pasture full of kids that are not quite weaned yet so I want to see the list again before throwing clippings over the fence to the adults.
  2. NyGoatMom

    NyGoatMom Shady Acre Homestead

    No azaleas...I know that much...or cherry trees...

  3. ChrisM

    ChrisM New Member

    Jan 12, 2014
    Thank you. Of course I see neither of the things I need to trim.... sweet olive shrubs and crape myrtles. Guess I will play it safe and put them on the burn pile. There's going to be A LOT of both of them and they've never eaten either.
  4. Suzanne_Tyler

    Suzanne_Tyler GreenTGoats

    Jul 19, 2014
    Pinnacle, NC
    I feed mine crape myrtle clippings all the time with no ill effects.
  5. ChrisM

    ChrisM New Member

    Jan 12, 2014
    Good. Because I have 2 that are about 20 feet tall that are about to come down. It would be a shame to waste all those leaves.
  6. VickNick

    VickNick Member

    Oct 1, 2015
    Black Eyed Susans? I see them on all the lists, but my goats eat them whenever they get their hands (hooves?) on them. I am keeping them out of a browse area right now because it's covered in them!