After a week’s worth of chewing and mowing, the goats hired to clean up Congressional Cemetery are ready to go back home after working 24 hours a day.
Goats are feasting on just about everything at Washington's Historic Congressional Cemetery to help clean up the National Historic Landmark.
Washington's Historic Congressional Cemetery is employing a herd of goats to clean up the cemetery. Cemetery officials say 100 goats will graze 24 hours a day for six days starting Aug. 7.
Some local senior communities are turning to goats and other unusual animals for a unique form of therapy.
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