• Back at Lighthouse Community Hall

    This is a return visit to the hall in Qualicum Bay where we worked two years ago. This job took three days and we were FULL! We also had to tangle with some unhappy black faced wasps who didn’t like us visiting their neighbourhood.






  • Lending a Hoof in Lantzville

    We worked on the beautiful residential property to eliminate sweet clover, alder and blackberries.

  • Phase 1

    These are Before, During and After of Phase 1 of Blue Water Park, completed in May






  • Merry Christmas to All

    We would like to take this time to wish all of our customers past, present and future a very Merry Christmas and a happy and prosperous 2018. We have seen our business pick up last year and look forward to a busy spring season.

  • Beating Blackberries in Nanaimo

    This is a residential job that we did in June.

  • Photos of Earth Day

  • Last Job of the Season

    We recently cleared an overgrown gully on a lovely acreage in the Whiskey Creek area. Our customer wanted it “cleaned up”, and so we set to work and over three days removed the brush, weeds and blackberries. The Before and After photos show the result. Our client was very happy and really enjoyed having the goats around, and we were the talk of the neighbourhood while we were there!IMG_3322IMG_3326IMG_3334IMG_3329IMG_3347IMG_3356IMG_3370

  • Mission Accomplished

    With the beautiful sunny weather the herd made quick work of the blackberry patch that they tackled at Woodgrove Centre. Now on to our next adventure.Goats At Woodgrove


  • Esquimalt Earth Days

    Well, we just got back from a great visit to Esquimalt, near Victoria, to help the Parks Department celebrate Earth Day by tackling invasive plants. We were on site in Highrock Park, one of the many beautiful parks in the Township, and students from neighbouring schools came and helped pull blackberries, english ivy and some other invasives. One of the days we helped in a fenced area, and the other in a pen where kids were invited to feed some ivy to the goats through the fence. It was so much fun to see the happy faces on the students and also the adults that came to help. Many thanks to Rick and his awesome staff for making us feel welcome! Hope we can return soon.

    goats are helping remove blackberry and ivy

    goats are helping remove blackberry and ivy

    students feeding ivy to grateful goats

    students feeding ivy to grateful goats

  • Rent Goats Through Amazon

    We are proud to announce that our Parent company, Rent-A-Ruminant LLC is now available for bookings through Amazon. We hope that in the near future we will also be able to book through Amazon Canada. Congrats to Tammy and the herd.

    http://kuow.org/post/goat-rentals-take-seattle-first-day-amazon-home-services   CLICK HERE

    http://www.newsweek.com/meet-goats-amazons-new-goat-rental-service-319532   CLICK HERE