Rent-A-Ruminant Franchise is an international company and the first and only goat rental franchise to date in the world. Tammy, her franchises, herding dogs, and the goats form a team who all pitch in to get your land cleared and ready for whatever project you have next and wherever franchise outlets are located. Tammy started this business in 2004 with only ten goats and now the herd has grown to over one hundred and twenty happy goats. We bring goats to your location to eat a wide range of vegetation, such as blackberries, ivy, and other invasive species.
This is an eco-friendly, green and sustainable approach to ridding property of unwanted vegetation. When you rent a herd of goats to clear land you don't need to dispose of the debris. You get the job done without noisy machinery. When you rent goats you don't need to apply for land clearing permits. Goats can easily clear land on steep hillsides and rough terrain. and can go where people and machines cannot go safely.
Why Our Franchise?
If you would like to work with animals and believe in a GREEN business here's an opportunity for you. Rent a Goats are now a popular ECO-FRIENDLY and SUSTAINABLE way to clear land of unwanted vegetation. The time has never been better to become a part of this exciting and growing industry.
This is a unique, fun and lifestyle-oriented business. In the end, it's hard work and like any business takes some real grit to make it work. What we have created is the blue-print needed to help you avoid the pitfalls in starting a landscaping company. We know how to get the clients, market your services, establish your goat herd and be ready to scale your business within the Rent A Ruminant franchise network.
You can count on a business system that has covered all the bases from equipment to staffing to marketing and sales. Our vision is to define this new and innovated market space and become the absolute leader for goat vegetation management. It's time for something new and truly game-changing in the landscaping market and we think we've found it with Rent a Ruminant.