More than 60 goats owned by the City of Oklahoma City help to keep down the vegetation in the Hefner Canal that transports water from Lake Overholser to Lake Hefner in Oklahoma City. The goats can get to areas along the canal that the city can not get equ
More than 60 goats owned by the City of Oklahoma City help to keep down the vegetation in the Hefner Canal that transports water from Lake Overholser to Lake Hefner in Oklahoma City. The goats can get to areas along the canal that the city can not get equ

OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) — From the banks of a hilly canal, Monte and Sam watch the goats eat plants, butt heads and sit around on the job.

The goats were on the other side of section of the northwest Oklahoma City canal near NW 63 and N Council Road from the two donkeys, but they were not without notice.

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