What about goats? (Score: 1) by email@example.com on 2015-04-19 17:29 (#7CDW) Twenty years ago, I spent 6+ hours a week mowing a large lawn until I got sick of it and installed fences and goats instead. I like the idea of this Roomba lawn-mowing device, but we don't always need a technological solution. Re: What about goats? (Score: 1) by firstname.lastname@example.org on 2015-04-20 03:11 (#7D2D) A few questions:* How big is a lawn that takes 6+ hours to mow?* How many goats does that support?* What kind of weather do you have that you can support goats on your property?* Where do you live that that's allowed?* What do you do about the plants you don't want the goats to eat (veggie bed, flowers, etc)?* How much does it cost/goat (vet, whatever else goats need)?I really would like to know!I live in California, and I'm sure:* My property is too small to support goats.* There isn't enough water to keep enough grass for the goats to eat consistently.* It'd be illegal where I live.* They'd eat our young trees, veggies, flowers.* etc etcRobot mowers seem like a more likely solution. Nonetheless, I'd like to know how well the natural solution is working for you.