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GSA not kidding with contractor goats

The General Services Administration took an unorthodox approach to getting rid of unwanted grasses and weeds at one federal building in California - it hired goats.

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GSA heroes are goats
Richard H. Chambers Court of Appeals Building, Pasadena, California. Read all about GSA's use of contractor goats at the Pasadena property by clicking here. (GSA photo)
GSA heroes are goats
High on a hill... worked a contractor goat herd. (GSA photo)
GSA heroes are goats
The commute wasn't bad, but the hours were very long. (GSA photo)
GSA heroes are goats
In line for the lunch buffet (GSA photo)
GSA heroes are goats
Proof of performance (WFED graphic, photos courtesy GSA)
GSA heroes are goats
Brush and excess vegetation removed (WFED graphic, photos courtesy GSA)
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