Washington (CNN) – There is a new grounds crew at the Historic Congressional Cemetery in Washington but these landscapers don't bring lawn mowers, just their appetites.
About 30 goats were released into an overgrown area adjacent to the cemetery on Wednesday and another trailer full were waiting to join them later.
lol this is crazy. What can you possibly say? Nut cases.
Put them in the House of Reps. At least the goats are doing what they're supposed to be doing.
Nothing wrong feeding other Animals. They also create fertilizer and leave. God is every where, in all forms. So do not brag, nag. Energy savers too.
Why? It doesn't spew fossil fuel fumes into the sky or create noise pollution, and goat droppings are great fertilizer! It's win-win all around! Not to mention, it's been done since the beginning of time.
If we didn't have goats, then who would normally be keeping the woods somewhat under control? Were they sequestered?
Best story of the week!
"Members of the cemetery grounds crew don't have to worry about losing their jobs just yet. Williams said that they will continue to use lawn mowers to maintain the actual historic burial sites."
Uh-oh. Replaced by goats. Now that is a story their grandchildren can chuckle over in the years to come.
Goats at the "Historic" Congressional Cemetery.
Rats in the Congress.
Well, Even old Gunderson know cost of living going up. Maybe goats be replacement for Putin Care.Baa.