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What can be done to control weeds and brush in my
- Suggestion A: Cashmere goats will eradicate the weeds and also produce
a crop of cashmere wool you can then sell for around $190 per pound. In a pasture that was
over run with bind weed, Canadian thistle and a patch of solid poison ivy, the
introduction of goats eradicated the poison ivy and the bind weed. There is still some
Canadian thistle, but the goats eat it right away. There is only grass and alfalfa left in
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Evolving Science of Grassland Improvement - by L. R. Humphreys - Publication Date:
March 1997 - List: $74.95
Agriculture: Committee of the Role of Alternative Farming Methods in Modern Production
Agriculture - by National Research Council - List: $30.25 - Publication Date: September
Book News, Inc., 01/01/90:
Eleven case studies explore how alternative farming systems have been adopted--and with
what economic results--on farms of various sizes producing different crops across the
country. Annotation copyright Book News, Inc. Portland, Or.
Management (McGraw-Hill Series in Agricultural Economics) - by
Ronald D. Kay, William M. Edwards - List: $63.15 - Publication Date: September 1993
Book News, Inc., 08/01/94:
Takes decision making as the central task of a farm manager, and shows how doing it well
requires a close analysis of the problem and the application of economic principles,
budgeting procedures, and information systems. Among the specific problems considered are
whole farm planning, analyzing the balance sheet and income statement, acquiring
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