Corey Suter, head shepherd and owner of Lamb Mowers Fairfax, shares how his thriving business attracts people of all types lawn care needs.
Suter told guest host Will Kane on “Tucker Carlson tonight” that they are the only licensed and insured landscaping company that is also invited to children’s birthday parties and wine parties.
The head shepherd says that weed control is a specialty of his sheep and that many customers simply hire them for this purpose.
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Suter said he got into Lamb Mowers.com because he cares about preserving soil and water resources for future generations.
“My sheep do a great job of putting organic matter back into the soil where it belongs and I have many happy customers. It brings people great joy sheep in his yard.”
Suter explained to Cain how passionate he is about soil health and the environmentally friendly services that Lamb Mowers.com provides.
“My sheep do provide some biodegradable fertilizer pellets. And so, when you put the lawn clippings back on the lawn, that’s what our soil needs, you know?”
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“All of our soils here in the US were over 8% organic matter, and now we’re back to only about half a percent and a lot of our farmland. And that just means they don’t have a lot of nutrients left in this soil to feed us,” Suter said. “The obesity epidemic in the U.S. is fueled by nutrient- and organic-depleted soils.”