San Francisco has recently started a “mowing” business, but instead of humans, people are hiring goats. For $200 to $400 weekly, including pickup and delivery, people who need some extra cleanup can rent groups between 5-20 goats, depending on your needs. All the goats were rescued, originally intended as butchered meat. A man named David Gavrich, with a master’s degree from Harvard in environmental management, began the company called “City Grazing”. This article from the New York Times relates to the Meodowlands concept of combining the wild (in this case goats) with the urban.
Check out the entire article: http://www.nytimes.com/2012/01/22/us/city-grazing.html?_r=1&ref=environment