The Barnyard Mare, Duchess of the Prairie aka Mary, will be performing her cowboy misadventures, cowboy poetry and philosophy at the Hometown Cafe in Sylvan Grove, Kansas on November 17th at 7:30PM. If you need something to do on a Saturday evening, come out and see the Barnyard Mare as she tells about her many misadventures with livestock and laugh with her as she recites some of the poetry she has written over the years. This is a Tip Jar Show, in other words, it is FREE but you can always toss a little cash into the Tip Jar that will be on the counter, if you like the show! Mary is also booking speaking events for the winter. She can come and speak about goats and the goat industry or she can perform her cowboy misadventures. For scheduling, call Mary at 785-531-0331
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What Clients Say…
Mary was very knowledgeable and went the distance to get the job done. The goats got into the most inaccessible areas and destroyed the weeds. She moved the fence many times to get the hers to a new area to clear. Outstanding job. The kids loved to talk to her and watch the goats.
Brad- Scottsville , KS
I just want to commend Mary and her goats. It was wonderful to be able to walk in my pasture now that the goats cleared every sign of poison ivy.
Fantastic job! Mary, the goats, & dogs worked their magic. It was a joy watching the goats in action!
Dianna- Cherryvale KS
Mary and goats are great! She works her dogs with the goats to keep them under control!
Cindy- Bennington, KS
Great way to clear those impossible to mow areas! Mary is amazing – she unloads the goats, puts up the fence, moves the fence, untangles the goats! And they clear down to bare ground. What a great job and great entertainment to boot!
Tana- Eudora, KS
This is an excellent way to get rid of unwanted brush and poison ivy. It’s amazing to watch the goats go to work. Mary and her team of dogs do a great job of keeping the goats contained, the goats are happy to munch away. Couldn’t be any more pleased with the results. I highly recommend this service – it’s natures way to keep brush and over growth under control.
Teajai- Wichita KS