St. Louis Mayor Francis Slay said several city dwellers a week ask about keeping goats, so after allowing chickens and bees, it looks like goats are next, according to the Riverfront Times.
“Slay says he will likely ask the Board of Aldermen to approve commercial goat mowing on city property -- "with plenty of conditions." He says it will not be an "open-gate policy," but notes that goats can only help make St. Louis more sustainable,” the article states.
Maplewood has allowed chickens for several years, and Brentwood just recently gave the OK.
Are goats the new chickens? Would you be interested in having a goat nibbling your lawn?