As if people weren't worried enough about computers taking their job, now they need to worry about sheep as well.

Time Magazine reports today that the city of Paris has employed 4 sheep to graze and fertilize a half-acre patch of grass in the 19th Arrondissement, at a total cost of $335.

I'm sure there has to be some sheep-related pun that's appropriate, but it eludes me at the moment.

What other jobs could be replaced by sheep in the future?

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