Michigan city using goat to clear vegetation

A city in Michigan is turning to a goat to solve its vegetation problem.

Pilot is a four-month-old pygmy goat who was rescued by animal control.

He'll eat overgrown and invasive plants throughout Farmington Hills during the spring, summer, and fall.

Pilot will spend his winters, weekends and "snow days" at a neighboring farm.

If all goes well, the city may get more goats to assist Pilot.

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