ComEd “goatterns” meant businessJuly 16, 2020
ComEd’s “goatterns” didn’t miss a bleat and proved they really are the G.O.A.T.
For three weeks, more than 200 goats worked together to eat their way through vegetation under ComEd powerlines in Pekin., Ill., which helped reduce the chance of power outages that trees and brush can cause.
We’re not kid-ding when we say that these four-legged employees chewed through 13 acres of land! Other than demonstrating they are good eaters, the goats proved to be a safer and eco-friendlier alternative to clearing brush on difficult terrain. They also cut the cost and time of clearing vegetation in half.
Along with a full tummy, the goatterns trotted away with new skills that will help them succeed in their future eat-devours. Click on the videos below to catch the highlights of what they learned. Hoof-fives, ComEd goatterns!