Why didn't I think of this?
Oh that's right -- because I don't own any goats (at least not since I was about 5 years old).
An eastern Ohio farmer has a unusual solution for those who are plagued by overgrown brush and multifloral rose bushes - a "rent-a-goat" program.
About eight years ago, Carol Kennedy received two pygmy goats from her brother-in-law for brush control on her farm. Within two years, the goats had eaten enough brush to clear a pasture. Because she was pleased with the results, Kennedy decided to go into the goat business.