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Goats Replace Lawn Mowers Along Nashville Levee

Widespread flooding is still flushing through the country’s midsection and into the Gulf of Mexico. Residents have been keeping a closer watch than usual on river levees.

For those in Nashville, looking at a levee may have involved a double-take. That’s because the city has hired some new caretakers for one key levee – grazing goats. Blake Farmer from Here & Now contributor WPLN reports.



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