Forget about harmful emissions, gas prices and the ethanol debate when you add these wooly grass eaters to your lawn-maintenance fleet. Eddie Miller founded Heritage Lawn Mowing in Oberlin, Ohio, and did just that by renting out Jacob sheep as a landscaping aid. He took the sheep to about 20 clients’ yards where they grazed for hours or days at a time, leaving behind only natural fertilizer. Charging clients $1 per sheep, this landscape entrepreneur shepherded in a sheer glance of farm life into this college town.
Read more about Miller and his sheep in this New York Times article.