The kudzu-eating goats, after three weeks and two days, have finished their job at the two-acre town lot in Tryon for the summer.  They have moved on to munch on more kudzu (and other non-native and invasive species) in the area. The goats will return this fall to eat any new growth. (photos submitted by Pam Torlina)
The kudzu-eating goats, after three weeks and two days, have finished their job at the two-acre town lot in Tryon for the summer. They have moved on to munch on more kudzu (and other non-native and invasive species) in the area. The goats will return this fall to eat any new growth. (photos submitted by Pam Torlina)

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Tryon kudzu-eating goats complete their job

Published 5:47pm Tuesday, July 9, 2013
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