Shannon McDonald posted an AP story on The Feed about New Jersey considering using goats to deal with poison ivy.
Two words Jersey: Do it!
As an increasing number of states, companies and desperate homeowners are learning, goats are a great, green, alternative to removing poison ivy.
A few years back, Yahoo outsourced the job to hundreds of hungry goats at their Washington data center. They even gave them their own security badges.
Right before I moved to Philly from Connecticut I went on an unsuccessful search for goats to save me from the evil plant. The goats in my area were in such high demand, there was a waiting list.
I’m not kidding. Read more here.
Ever use goats to clear out your poison ivy?