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Unstoppable eating machines: why Australian farmers are renting out goats for weed control
by Bianca Nogrady
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17 February 2021
On 17 February 2021 The Guardian reported:
La Nina has been good to the backyards and farmlands of much of eastern Australia. Cooler, wetter conditions have led to a flourishing of lush grass, trees and -- unfortunately -- weeds. Across Australia, and around the world, mobs of voracious goats are being unleashed -- in a carefully controlled fashion -- on unwanted flora, and their appeal lies not just in their sustainability.
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