Pennsylvania college brings in goats for grounds work

July 30, 2013
29 goats are being used at Haverford College to eat up vines and shrubs

Haverford College has brought in a herd of goats to carry out some grounds maintenance at the Haverford, Pa., campus. The Philadelphia Inquirer reports that 29 goats from Eco-Goats in Maryland are working to pare back an overgrown 1.5-acre tract filled with a thicket of invasive vines and shrubs.

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