Old Christmas trees turn into goat buffet
Goats enjoy crunching on your old Christmas trees, and it's all for a good cause.
a tban Thanh Farms in Dallas. Everything Hi, Brodie. And everything for us has a purpose. There are wasteful things that are going on in the world. But right here I call this a little sanctuary. That's because this is a place where your dead Christmas tree hello ladies, gets new life. I guess they like green leafy vegetables. I guess green needles are close enough for goats. They have this myth that they will eat anything and they really won't. True, they passed on our fuzzy microphone and went straight for the main course. It's like an all you can eat buffet with a limited selection. We usually take him out to the forest toe forage every morning, which I just did today. But there's not a lot of greenery out there. So I guess when I brought the trees back in here, they just for ravenous for more. So the discarded Christmas trees helped the goats produce more milk while they helped prepare the trees for their next life. We're just using the good earth and what God gave us Thio, bring beauty back to it. The trunks will be used to make walking canes for disabled veterans trees that once stood tall, helping a vet stand tall again. I think it's a beautiful thing, but then it's like kind of patriotic for us to be thinking about something that would go to the land fields toe, make it of use the holiday gift that keeps on giving.