Scapegoats at the library

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Last week, 29 goats from Laurel Hill Micro Farm in Hope, RI, owned by Wayne Pitman and Jackie Magnan, worked for three days clearing up brush and poison ivy on the hill next to the Cranston Central Library. Pitman, whose farm has 73 goats on it, helped guide the goats as they munched around the clock to trim down the area. Pitman said goats are known to enjoy eating brush, including poison ivy, oak, and sumac. (Cranston Herald photos by Steve Popiel)

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