Chagrin Falls goats will help to recycle those Christmas trees

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CHAGRIN FALLS, OH -  It's always a sad sight after Christmas: all those discarded Christmas trees at the curb, signaling the end of the holidays once again.

Well this year, you have the chance to give that tree a second life: as a meal for goats and sheep.

Kelly's Working Well Farm, in Chagrin Falls, is looking for leftover Christmas trees, as well as any leftover fall decor, such as cornstalks, pumpkins and straw bales. Seems that the animals at the farm, especially the goats and the sheep, love to chow down on the stuff.

The goats love the pine needles on the Christmas trees, in particular. But if you do donate a tree, remember that every single decoration must be removed completely. Because they're goats and they'll eat anything.

For information on how to donate, click here.

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