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Griff Griffiths, 21, with one of four goats being used to control invasive weeds at Hawk Mountain Sanctuary.| Reading Eagle - BERKSCOUNTRY

Griff Griffiths, 21, with one of four goats being used to control invasive weeds at Hawk Mountain Sanctuary.| Reading Eagle - BERKSCOUNTRY

Researchers find way to produce spider silk with goat milk | BERKSCOUNTRY #goat #goat_milk

Researchers find way to produce spider silk with goat milk | BERKSCOUNTRY #goat #goat_milk

Hawk Mountain is using four goats to control invasive weeds. It's part of an experiment with the U.S. Department of Agriculture and the state Bureau of Forestry. | Reading Eagle - BERKSCOUNTRY

Hawk Mountain is using four goats to control invasive weeds. It's part of an experiment with the U.S. Department of Agriculture and the state Bureau of Forestry. | Reading Eagle - BERKSCOUNTRY

Ben Masemore returned to Berks County after a long absence to rent his uncle's Washington Township farm, where he raises sheep and goats.| Reading Eagle - BERKSCOUNTRY

Ben Masemore returned to Berks County after a long absence to rent his uncle's Washington Township farm, where he raises sheep and goats.| Reading Eagle - BERKSCOUNTRY

Two goats eat Japanese barberry, an invasive plant, at Hawk Mountain. | Reading Eagle - BERKSCOUNTRY

Two goats eat Japanese barberry, an invasive plant, at Hawk Mountain. | Reading Eagle - BERKSCOUNTRY

Lucas Wessner, 19, left, and Sam Summer, 19, monitor four goats being used a Hawk Mountain Sanctuary to controll invasive plants. "This was like Willy Wonka’s Chocolate factory for them," Summer said. | Reading Eagle - BERKSCOUNTRY

Lucas Wessner, 19, left, and Sam Summer, 19, monitor four goats being used a Hawk Mountain Sanctuary to controll invasive plants. "This was like Willy Wonka’s Chocolate factory for them," Summer said. | Reading Eagle - BERKSCOUNTRY

A goat nibbles Japanese barberry, an invasive plant, at Hawk Mountain.| Reading Eagle - BERKSCOUNTRY

A goat nibbles Japanese barberry, an invasive plant, at Hawk Mountain.| Reading Eagle - BERKSCOUNTRY

Sara Haag gets some affection from a cow on her family's Centre Township dairy barn. | Reading Eagle - BERKSCOUNTRY

Sara Haag gets some affection from a cow on her family's Centre Township dairy barn. | Reading Eagle - BERKSCOUNTRY

Villwock readies rods and reels for an evening of fly-fishing on the Schuylkill River. | Reading Eagle - BERKSCOUNTRY #Schuylkill #Schuylkill-River #river #water #fish #fishing #fly-fishing  #minnow #smallmouth-bass #bass #fishing-rod #heron

Villwock readies rods and reels for an evening of fly-fishing on the Schuylkill River. | Reading Eagle - BERKSCOUNTRY #Schuylkill #Schuylkill-River #river #water #fish #fishing #fly-fishing #minnow #smallmouth-bass #bass #fishing-rod #heron

Villwock's trophy muskie ate an enourmous fly (hanging from the left of the fish's mouth), bigger than many trout found in local waters.  | Reading Eagle - BERKSCOUNTRY #Schuylkill #Schuylkill-River #river #water #fish #fishing #fly-fishing  #minnow #smallmouth-bass #bass #fishing-rod #heron

Villwock's trophy muskie ate an enourmous fly (hanging from the left of the fish's mouth), bigger than many trout found in local waters. | Reading Eagle - BERKSCOUNTRY #Schuylkill #Schuylkill-River #river #water #fish #fishing #fly-fishing #minnow #smallmouth-bass #bass #fishing-rod #heron

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