This man parks his huge trailer in the lot, and camps there with his dog and herd until the job is done. Let me tell you, those goats are dedicated workers (eaters). When they have stripped one area, he moves the flock (and the portable electric fencing which protects them) to another section of the park.
It is amazing to see them strip the undergrowth. We saw goats climbing trees, butting each other, standing on stumps and fallen trees, eating bark and branches and navigating slopes so steep that it looked as if they would certainly topple over. They are sure-footed, efficient, comical, and noisy.
"The Lord the Shepherd" (Psalm 23)
"The Lord is my shepherd; I have everything I need [will lack nothing].
He lets me rest [makes me lie down] in green pastures.
He leads me to calm [quiet] water.
He gives me new strength [renews my soul].
He leads me on paths that are right [righteous; or straight] for the good [sake] of his name [reputation].
Even if I walk through a very dark valley [or the shadow of death], I will not be afraid [fear no evil], because you are with me.
Your rod and your shepherd’s staff comfort me.
You prepare a meal [table] for me in front [the presence] of my enemies.
You pour oil of blessing on my head [anoint my head with oil; oil was a means of refreshment in a hot, dry environment];
you fill my cup to overflowing [make my cup overflow; a cup of blessing].