12/2 Green Visions: invasive species control, milk, fun: but do goats belong in Duluth backyards?

Dec 2, 2015

A "Giddy-Up-and-Go" goat mugging for the camera
Credit Lake Minnesuing Farm

They eat invasive species like buckthorn and Canada Thistle.  They don't like grass, so they leave it alone.  They give milk, they're smart and have fun personalities.

So what could possibly be a downside to allowing goats - as pets or as livestock - in the city limits?  That's what the city of Duluth is trying to figure out.