Goats Doing Their Part to Prevent California Wildfires

Ventura County Fire Department officials are letting goats roam and eat tinder-dry brush that could fuel wildfires.
0:23 | 05/12/16

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And so that means for us is we have this tremendous crop of grass is out there and as you look at the hillsides you'll see in these grass is there were green just a month ago and are now. Jeered and turn brown. And we still have this dead decadent brush as a result of the years of drought and what these dry grass is now we have this ladder fuel. He's fine flashy fuels that will carry the fire right into our decadent brush.

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