A Ny Farm Takes Green Approach To Getting Rid Of A Popular Christmas Item

01.06.21 | Brandon Dickson

A farm in Downstate New York would love your old Christmas trees, so they can feed them to their goats. No kid-ding.

Saddle Ridge Farm in Ulster County says you can just leave your tree by the mailbox at 85 Pancake Hollow Road in Highland, New York.

Apparently, the goats love to munch on the old pine needles, which isn't much of a surprise considering they'll eat pretty much any green vegetation.

Over the summer, a reservoir in the county used goats to clean out poison ivy and other under brush.