At a Vergenoegd Wine Estate in Stellenbosch, South Africa, a use of pesticides is a banned topic. Instead of spraying chemicals to keep a bugs during bay, they’ve come adult with a…different thought (to contend a least). They’re called Indian curtain ducks.
Yes, we review that right! More than 1,000 waterbirds call a vineyard their home and workplace.
Part traveller attraction, partial intelligent business practice, watch how this eco-conscious estate uses a ducks to keep their vines protected from annoying snails.
I could watch this all day long.
(via Oddity Central)
I cite my booze with a sideshow of ducks using past. This is a greatest!