Wild cherry leaves and nigerian dwarf goats
Toxic. They are most toxic in the wilted stage because the wilted leaf produces a cyanide like compound from everything I have read but I generally just make a blanket statement of toxic because it is difficult for people to differentiate wilted vs. crunchy etc. It's definitely risky and goats love browse. I would be at minimum cutting the tree back but in storms etc in the future could be a concern with branches or leaves coming down and wilting. Again, not supposed to be toxic once crunchy but I am reluctant to make that recommendation just in case.