One small sheep for part-time work at lovely, quiet, semi-urban homestead. Hours are one day per week, April - September. Must be able to eat urban lawn (not treated with herbicides, pesticides, or pre-emergent). Lawn includes multiple varieties of plant including, but not limited to: clover, dandelion, purslane, wild strawberries, bermuda grass, crabgrass, and henbit.
Successful candidates will demonstrate enthusiasm and skill for lawn management. Must be able to avoid eating hanging laundry, tomato plants, roses, low-hanging apple tree limbs, and toddlers, no matter how tempting. Must demonstrate ability to stay out of (light) traffic. Potty training a plus, but not essential.
Pay: negotiable. Will provide lawn in return for lawn care and poop. Will consider barter arrangement and travel / relocation reimbursement upon request.
No resume required. Apply in person.
Note: Sorry, goats. I have been informed that sheep are superior forage animals.