It was sheep against lawn mowers.

Could woolly sheep save money for a school? A teacher of landscaping thinks so.

She hired sheep to graze part of a field. Lawn mowers cut the other part. Can mowers feed the grass? Can sheep cut better? 

Read More: Haven Kiers works at the University of California Davis. She wants to learn if sheep will eat weeds and grass, fertilize and turn up the soil, and make the campus more like a park. And save money too. She chose a one-acre field. Half of it was grazed by 25 sheep. The other half was mowed as usual. The experiment will go through the summer. Psalm 79:13 reminds us, “But we your people, the sheep of your pasture, will give thanks to you forever.”