Repost from Daily Mail 15/11/19

Herd of British wild cattle returns to Blenheim Estate to help new trees in ancient woodland by trampling down the bracken that stops them grow (sic)

The battle to protect Blenheim Palace’s beautiful ancient woodland from invasive bracken has a new weapon – a wild herd of heritage cows who love nothing more than trampling the growth-stifling plant to death.

For the first time in more than a century British White cattle are roaming the 12,000-acre Oxfordshire estate, home to the Dukes of Marlborough for centuries and where Sir Winston Churchill was born and raised.