No kidding: Dozens of goats chow down in Idaho neighborhood
BOISE, Idaho (AP) - About 100 escaped goats have munched on manicured lawns in Idaho's capital city before being rounded up and hauled away.
Multiple news outlets captured the goats calmly eating grass and shrubs in a Boise neighborhood Friday morning before a trailer arrived applause from neighborhood residents.
It's not clear where the goats came from or how they got loose.
Goats are sometimes let loose in the nearby Boise foothills to eat wild plants and reduce wildfire threats.
#Breaking - About 100 goats are on the loose right now in a #Boise neighborhood. They are going house to house eating everything in sight. Nobody has a clue where they came from...updates to follow pic.twitter.com/K0ghUwQEfk— Joe Parris (@KTVBJoe) August 3, 2018
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