This is one of four Boer doe goats being used to eat weeds at Avon Golf Course in eastern Fayette County. The goats belong to Scott County goat producer Gary Riddle. Goats are being used across the country as a chemical-free way to control weeds.ocher1@herald-leader.com
This is one of four Boer doe goats being used to eat weeds at Avon Golf Course in eastern Fayette County. The goats belong to Scott County goat producer Gary Riddle. Goats are being used across the country as a chemical-free way to control weeds.ocher1@herald-leader.com Greg Kocher | Staff
This is one of four Boer doe goats being used to eat weeds at Avon Golf Course in eastern Fayette County. The goats belong to Scott County goat producer Gary Riddle. Goats are being used across the country as a chemical-free way to control weeds.ocher1@herald-leader.com Greg Kocher | Staff

Goats feeding right on course

September 27, 2010 12:00 AM

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