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    In difficult terrain like the 200-year-old Congressional National Cemetery, goats are a cheap, chemical-free alternative to human landscapers or herbicides. (By Ezra Kaplan/Medill News Service for McClatchy)

In difficult terrain like the 200-year-old Congressional National Cemetery, goats are a cheap, chemical-free alternative to human landscapers or herbicides. (By Ezra Kaplan/Medill News Service for McClatchy)
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For these goats, a weedy gourmet feast among the gravestones

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