Although goats dine on a wide variety of vegetation - poison ivy, black-eyed Susans, pine needles, oak leaves, dandelions, nettles, morning glories, clover, various thorny weeds - each animal has its own favorite food item.
I try to plant sunflower seeds each week so the blooms will be staggered, short-lived as they are. Mounds of honeysuckle weave through the woods around our pond. Roses do well in this red clay soil, especially when we add goatberries to the base of the bush. (The city of Tyler, about thirty miles from here, is known as the rose capital of the world.)
There is an old Hungarian saying: “A prudent man does not make the goat his gardener.”
Alas, prudence is not my strong suit.