No mainly because goats eat grass,and pigs do not eat grass.
Sheep and goats mostly eat grass, clover, forbs, and other pasture plants. They can eat zoysia grass. Goats eat more than sheep.
they eat grass and milk from goats
as goats are herbivores so they can eat leaves and grass
Goats eat grass and shrubs, this makes them herbivores
Same kind of grass that other herbivores eat, including cows, horses, and sheep. Goats actually prefer to eat forbs in the form of weeds and shrubby material than grass if given a choice, but will eat grass as well.
Fainting goats will eat the same things as a normal goat will, for example, they will eat grass, hey, and grains.
Grass, pasture and hay
As they are herbivores
Goats are herbivores and browsers so they can eat grass, leaves on trees, hay, silage and grain.
Mountain goats eat grasses, herbs, segdes, ferns, and moss andlichen.Mostly grass
Bit Simple Mate. They Eat Grass. Yes Grass.
There is no specific kind of grass that goats eat, so yes, sheep can eat any kind of grass a goat eats.
They just eat the grass dude.... What did u think?
Pasture, grass, hay, vegetation
Because they have to eat grass
I believe they eat grass and roots up atop the mountains.moss lichens and spars grass
Same kind of grass that cattle, horses, goats and other herbivores eat. It can range from green grass to brown, dead grass.
shrubs and cattle grass
No, Goats are herbivores, they eat grass, herbs and other vegetation.
Grass that goats eat. Goat grass is a variety of grass from Europe that was introduced to the Americas. Thes seeds from goat grass are pointed and sharp and can cause injury to livestock that eat it.
Because that's what they eat, grass.
Sheep, goats, ponies, deer
Goats like to eat a lot of grass
Miniature horses eat what regular horses eat grass horse feed etc. Just smaller amounts. Goats will eat plants weeds and grass.