Reduce labor cost and be environmentally friendly ?

Photo of  goat on a golf course.


“What we use the goats for is to … eat all the foliage down so that we’re not in there with weed eaters and gas-powered motors, to basically reduce our carbon footprint on the environment.”

Sean Novotny, superintendent at Kensington GC in Canfield, Ohio, on purchasing two goats for $50 each to maintain naturalized areas on the 300-acre property that are too steep to mow. Golfworld


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