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O'Hare Airport employs 30 goats, sheep, and a donkey
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27 August 2018
On 27 August 2018 AGDAILY reported:
One of the world's busiest airports is getting a manicure from some of the livestock industry's best in grazing. The Chicago Department of Aviation recently welcomed the return of the grazing herd -- comprised of a mix of 30 goats, sheep, and a donkey -- to manage natural vegetation at O'Hare International Airport. The herd provides an eco-friendly means of clearing overgrown and invasive vegetation.
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