Saturday, July 7, 2012

Alaskan Lawn Mower

The Henry Milker Mower
   It is so hard to put the goats in the backyard and get 'em to eat what you want them to eat. When left to run free, my goats go to my wife's prized hedge, the shrubs my mother-in-law planted in the backyard then to the house-wood siding near  Phoebe's bedroom. Now they are contained.
   When the goats jump on the gate side of the rolling pasture it moves just a bit to give them some more tasty grass (and dandelions) to eat.
   The plans for this goat feeder have not been put together yet but I would be pleased to answer any questions that you may have. Just send me an email.

Other Henry Milker "Goat Shorts" you may be interested in reading. 


  1. That is a GREAT idea! Hopefully you will put up plans so all can use this idea.

  2. Looks like a great idea. Cound this be used as a full time pen, or just put them in it when you want them to graze a certain area?

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  5. I would like to know
    if u ever come up with plans for the Alaskan lawnmower as we are in need to build one. Thanks.