Yay, I just got three alpacas!
Boo, my pasture (call it, about an acre) has a lot of buttercup in it, which is toxic for them.
They are currently grazing in a small area, temporarily, while I get this figured out. Any ideas, beyond manually pulling it? My hesitation there is that there is too much of it and also that it would be likely to grow back.
So, broad-leaf herbicide? Targeted use of Roundup? What's likely to be least dangerous to the animals and most effective at getting rid of it? Specific recommendations and practices would be very welcome.