It's startling to see photos or videos of firefighters on the front line of a wildfire. The hazard of being surrounded by grass, brush, trees and other fuel makes the danger of combating these fires well worth preventative steps to minimize their threat.
One of the simple steps to prepare for wildfire season is fuel reduction. In these two photos you can see a herd of goats being used to naturally remove a deep layer of spring growth and then the resulting difference. This simple step dramatically reduces the ground-level grass and brush that will soon become bone-dry tinder and a genuine wildfire hazard.
This is a fire prevention technique that stands the test of time. Hire a herd and watch as the fuel supply is quickly reduced to a small collection of biodegradable pellets. It's proactive, efficient and effective.
Best of all, it's much better to pay a small price to have goats on your property instead of paying the steep price of having firefighters trying to save your home.
We have firefighters on our staff and in our families. We've sent them off to fight these fires. Please help us keep them safe - do your part to prevent wildfires.