ATLANTA -- The kudzu on the hill outside 11Alive's Midtown studio is overgrown and out of control -- the perfect meal for Atlanta's only flock of problem plant-eating sheep.
Brian Cash is the shepherd and owner of Eweniversally Green, a service that uses sheep and goats to clear vegetation. The "Woolies" are more than happy to eat away the kudzu, poison ivy and weeds from yards and businesses.
"I am the only person in the city of Atlanta that does this," Cash said. "So I'm the only one that has a mobile flock of sheep that gets rented out for this use."
Dunwoody resident Kevin Brown first heard of sheep being used to control vegetation and prevent wildfires in California.