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Hangin' with the goats

These goats may have sensed a friend in Bobby Targ at the Hayfields open space area at the northern edge of Portola Valley. On July 9, a shepherd, guard dogs and herd of about 150 goats from Coalinga-based Living Systems came to the Hayfields for a three-week stay to lower the wildfire hazard by eating the open-space vegetation down to stubble.

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