A herd of goats will be gobbling up vegetation, including noxious weeds, along Cheyenne's Crow Creek over the next two weeks, the city announced Wednesday.

The four-legged weed eaters were relocated to Crow Creek earlier this week after spending two weeks eating vegetation along Dry Creek.

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"Utilizing goats for this purpose has become a favorite for locals and is also substantially less expensive than human labor," city spokesman Michael Skinner said in a press release.

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"The goats are contained to a specific area using a portable electric fence and trained border collies," Skinner added. "Goat Green, LLC is operating and overseeing the month-long process."

The goats are funded through the fifth penny sales tax.

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