It is not a big enough plot to support our flock of seventy something ewes, but it's big enough for a few.
A while ago we bought a half dozen full blood Florida Native ewes. They had been bred by a Florida Native ram that came from the University of Florida flock.
They are set to lamb about the end of the month which is sooner than our production ewes. So they are on the green grass.
The laying hens and their roosters are nearby.
Next year I intend to plow and plant the whole field, so I am keeping the chickens there to fertilize the ground.
I ordered a batch of 50 broilers yesterday and will run them back there too