SNCF banks on sheep to keep grass trim

Founder of Greensheep Paul Letheux, left, with the two sheep and shepherd Jojo in Paris

Two sheep have been installed next to a railway line in the heart of Paris so they can keep the grass banks tidy.

SNCF picked GreenSheep, a company specialising in “eco-grazing”, as an environmentally-friendly solution to taking care of its green space in the 17th arrondissement.

The sheep, watched by shepherd Jojo, have set up ...

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