Sheep employed in battle against giant hogweed

Sheep are being employed to combat the spread of invasive species like giant hogweed

Giant hogweed
Giant hogweed crowds out natives species and can harm skin

Sheep are being employed to combat the spread of invasive plant giant hogweed.

Hogweed, which can reach heights of up to three metres, crowds out native vegetation and can cause serious burns if its sap comes into contact with skin.

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