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This farm doesn’t grow veggies

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The sheep help "mow" the hard-to-reach areas under the solar panels.

So what’s up with all those solar panels—and sheep—on Poinsett Highway just across from the Furman campus? It’s the Furman solar farm, which is tied directly into Furman’s power grid and helps with the university’s electricity needs. GVL Today, a local online publication, interviewed the Shi Center’s Laura Bain to find out.

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