About Kiko Goats
Kiko goats originally came from New Zealand, where they were a meat goat breed developed from feral goats. In fact, the word “kiko” is Maori for meat. Here in the Pacific Northwest, we value them for their hardiness and eagerness to forage, as well as their ability to tolerate tough weather and terrain like ours.
Our Kiko and Savanna goats are great at their jobs — eating weeds, brush and whatever else they can find — but they are also pretty adorable!
They’ve gathered some fans in the course of our operations, like our friends in West Sacramento who keep this handy calendar of where Western Grazers’ goats will be browsing each spring. You can also check out #westsacgoats on Twitter to see more cute goat photos from residents and the city.
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Why Work with Western Grazers?
We’ve helped utilities and municipalities all over Northern California reduce their risk of wildfires with eco-friendly goat grazing programs. Let us help you be the solution!
Reduce Wildfire Risk
Grazing is the most environmentally friendly way to manage and eliminate fire risks in our public and private lands; it is also an excellent way to target invasive plants.
Safe & Eco-Friendly
Grazing is eco-friendly and produces less pollution and hazardous chemicals than machinery. It helps with sustainable, herbicide free fire fuel reduction.
Our goats can go where humans and equipment have trouble reaching. Grazing is also an aid to use before a prescribed burn.