Goats regenerate your land by aerating, mulching, fertilizing, and irrigating. This in turn helps reclaim the land and return it to a healthy, natural ecosystem.
Goats don't compete with cattle for grass. Goats are browsers, while cattle and sheep are grazers. This means they like to eat what is up high rather than what is down on the ground.
Goats eliminate the need for pesticides, which are more expensive, harmful, and don't eradicate weeds effectively. If they did, there wouldn't be a weed on the planet by now.
Goats will eliminate most noxious weeds from your land within 3-5 years. In contrast, using pesticides is a solution with no clear end in sight.
Noxious weeds are very hard to manage with pesticides and are a major threat to both public and private lands.
By allowing goats to browse the brush and undergrowth of invasive species, weeds, dead brush and leaves, the natural grasses can recover.