Ok, my property in southeastern Caldwell County TX is absolutely overrun with these weeds that have green wide leaves and in the fall make these little yellow berrys that look like yellow cherry tomatoes. From what research Ive done, these appear to be the Western Horsenettle, although my dad and grandpa always just called "goatweed". However the stuff thats growing on my property doesnt appear to have any spines on it like bull nettles... its pretty smooth, and I can pull it up with my bear hands without any sting or irritation so I'm not 100% sure on that ID, but all the pictures of the leaves and fruits look right. From various google searches I get conflicting reports as to whether horsenettle is actually poisonous to goats. According to this website, goats are immune to the poison in them, which would make sense based on my grandpa's name for the plant: http://www.mojavewma.org/horsenettle.php But other sites seem to indicate that goats either CAN be poisoned by it, or will avoid it. Well, whats the right answer? This stuff is EVERYWHERE and more or less impossible to eradicate without spraying and killing everything on my property... this is why I wanted goats in the first place, to keep the weeds down! So if i get goats can they eat this stuff safely or not? If they cant, theres no point in having goats at all as this is the primary weed on my property besides mesquite and yaupon.