Rt. 527-Millhurst Road & Viviani Drive
Manalapan, NJ
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Adrienne Vento 
(732) 642-6742

Izzy Ferluga 
(732) 766-3314
County RT. 527 and John Wall Road ~ Old Bridge, NJ

 Goat Management for Poison Ivy and Weed Control
​1.  It is ok for goats to eat poison ivy, they actually like it!  The special enzymes in their gut allows them to eat poisonous plants and other invasive weeds.

2.  Goat management is advantageous for hard to reach landscapes, such as hills, slopes and mountains.

3.  Why use harsh chemicals when you have goat alternatives?  Lawn and landscape herbicides are full of carcinogens, which are harmful to the environment and the cause cancer.

4.  Goats are friendly; they do not bite, bark, or create noise pollution.

5.  Goats add natural fertilizer back into the soil or sand as they browse.

6.  Goats make an impact on eating not only poison ivy leaves, but the vines and roots.