This is the Congressional Cemetery in southeast Washington, D.C.
About 200 former members of Congress and their family members are memorialized here.
Lots of famous people are buried here, too, such as J. Edgar Hoover, the first director of the FBI.
And Mary Ann Hall, the madam of D.C. who ran a bordello for Civil War soldiers.
A few months ago, it was discovered that the cemetery had some extra property. But the property is covered with thick poisonous plants that can suffocate the trees. Boo!
The goats began eating everything in sight.
Extra points for this guy.
Goats are pretty much gluttons. "It just amazes me, the sheer volume of vegetation that can go through a goat in a short amount of time," said Brian Knox, who raises the animals. "You're looking at 10 to 15 pounds per animal, per day."
After a week, the goats will clear 1.6 acres of land at a cost of