Amazon's got your goat...for yard work rentals

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Amazon is getting into the business of goat delivery. Yes, goat.

The e-commerce giant has launched a new service that enables people to rent goats to help mow their lawn, so to speak.

Amazon's new service, which is still in beta, falls under the lawn and garden section in its Home Services and is called "Hire a goat grazer."

The service is currently only available in select regions, but according to Amazon's website, it's expanding the service to new areas soon.

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Those interested in the eco-friendly lawn service are required to answer a few basic questions including the acreage to be grazed, the primary vegetation and when they wish for the goats to begin grazing.

Amazon then sends price estimates to the users' inbox so that they can select whom to rent from and schedule a time of service. In addition to taming the land, the goats will give a little something extra.

"As they graze, they will likely leave behind some droppings, too, and you'll get to keep this fertilizer as a friendly parting gift!" Amazon says on its website.