Dayton, OH - Their office may be the great outdoors, but just like in any office, everybody has an opinion about the new employees.
They call it "goatscaping," not to be confused with scapegoats. These guys are model employees at Greene County Parks and Trails.
"No need for labor negotiations. No need for a paycheck. Just give them plenty of things to eat and they're happy."
For the last few days they've been devouring history, not only because this is the first park in the region to use the goats, but also because they're munching on the Williamson Indian Mound.
The mound was built by the Adena in roughly 500 B.C., but in modern times it's been harder to maintain.
"Probably the most important thing is it's a lot easier for goats to climb this hill than it is for a mower and the guy on the machine, so it's a lot safer."
The goats are here because of a chance taken by a husband and wife team at Buck-I-Hillz Farm.
"He didn't want calves. Didn't want horses. So, he decided he would go into the goat business."
The 17 goats they leased to the park district have yet to bite off more than they can chew.
The pictures tell the story of the difference they've made, while winning some new friends around the office.
WDTN via CNN Newssource