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Don’t ditch your dried up Christmas tree at the curb this year, feed it to the goats! Carl E. Dahl House in Athol has requested ornament and tinsel-free Christmas trees for goat food. The therapeutic community farm posted to Facebook on Sunday:

https://www.facebook.com/carldahlhouse/posts/2092579940904839?__cft__[0]=AZUToDgeDaIj2Ida49kNoc6Dlkm56u5Kj9Ys0gd6N4y3-UW65L8cQF5WqXOXILQuNvDqK1SXR-TJqzPHm67TtIA92g-d5pute7lxXSWv4EpX-YvXeRfYG-nS5G1ThwGpROg&__tn__=%2CO%2CP-R

If that didn’t embed, CLICK HERE. (sorry)

Here’s the map of where you can drop your tree off, per the post:

https://www.facebook.com/carldahlhouse/posts/2092579940904839?comment_id=2092581297571370&__cft__[0]=AZUToDgeDaIj2Ida49kNoc6Dlkm56u5Kj9Ys0gd6N4y3-UW65L8cQF5WqXOXILQuNvDqK1SXR-TJqzPHm67TtIA92g-d5pute7lxXSWv4EpX-YvXeRfYG-nS5G1ThwGpROg&__tn__=R]-R

And if that didn’t embed, CLICK HERE. (web issues during the week between Christmas and New Years are fuuuuuuuunnnnn)

Hidden Hill Farm in Spencer, Firefly Fields in Southwick, Unity Farm Sanctuary in Sherborn, and others accept trees to feed their livestock as well.

Tom Brady, on the other hand, does not eat Christmas trees.