The latest client for the eco-friendly brush-clearing service California Grazing is a pretty big one.
You can't buy the publicity that the company is getting ever since Google signed on to have 200 goats mow down brush that if not properly disposed of can cause the spread of wildfires.
I found dozens of news articles about the arrangement from Reuters and USA Today to the Washington Post, Gizmodo and ComputerWorld.
It's a symbiotic relationship that I hope will catch on elsewhere. As California Grazing notes, among the benefits of "proper grazing management" is that "one can eliminate noxious, restore native grasses and address fire prevention through fuel load reduction."
Check out a qik video from ParisLemon, who appears to be subverting the process by feeding them through the fence: