Michael J. Coren of The Washington Post writes about the benefits of switching to lamb mowers.
- Lambs and other livestock used to care for the lawns of Central Park and the White House before machines took their place.
- Lamb Mowers is bringing the practice back, this time in suburban Virginia.
- The company employs more than a dozen sheep to tend to lawns across Northern Virginia.
- These gentle grazers clip grass to four inches, which is the right length to maximize soil health and shade out weeds.
Read the full article here.