Cashmere goats graze in Bournemouth to manage cliffs

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 Livestock grazing is seen as the only long-term, viable solution to manage the cliffs, with goats being particularly effective controlling the growth of holm oak, the most harmful of the invasive exotic shrubs and trees on the cliffs, while there has also been an increase in butterflies, lizards and native grassland cover.

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