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Donkeys supervise, protect goat mowing crew in Oklahoma City

 

August 4, 2019



OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) — From the banks of a hilly canal, Monte and Sam watch the goats eat plants, butt heads and sit around on the job.

The goats were on the other side of section of the northwest Oklahoma City canal near NW 63 and N Council Road from the two donkeys, but they were not without notice.

A herd of a dozen goats serve as the mowing crew for steep inclines where mowers and machines are too dangerous to use.

On a narrow trail along the top of the hill, the donkeys trotted, clear to the other side to herd the goats, and get them back to work. The donkeys went by the goats and head...



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