Grazing is an effective strategy for targeting nontoxic weeds that can be extremely cost effective [1], particularly if low-cost fencing is available. In addition to targeting weeds when they are vulnerable to grazing, careful grazing can also enhance soil aeration, nutrient recycling and enhance seed establishment by creating more microsite heterogeneity across a landscape. The type of animals used, the number of animals used, the duration of grazing, and the site location can affect the cover and identity of invasive species [2]. On a large scale, grazing should be viewed as a long-term weed suppression strategy [3], but it requires adequate infrastructure such as water, fencing, and access.