Total soil water you will need depends on whether you intend to churn out winter feed in support of your herd and breeding level (i.e. Grazing requirements) of the flock.
Productivity homeland should be further evaluated to determine the carrying amount (animals/acre) and is expected to result from the production plant. Due to this highly variable throughout the province, it is advisable to drop a line to a grass specialist to find out more in your local area.
Manufacturers must have a homeland to be a farmer or raise healthy and productive Damara sheep. In many cases, unless you own homeland, the possibility is generally economical to lease the land and buildings.
An additional debt burden imposed on agricultural enterprises by purchasing the property can be enough to make farming businesses do not succeed. Unless you control the off-farm sources of return to compensate for the agricultural mortgage, renting can be a particularly feasible alternative.
If you pasture your sheep, you will probably need equipment to support the clip pasture weed control and spread of manure. Unless you are overwintering sheep in the pasture, you will need to remove manure from sheep barn and yard.
Equipment is desirable in this support may consist of 40-65 L.P. Tractor with front end loader, rotary mower, and possibly fertilizer spreader. If you are ready to be generating winter feed on the baling, farm, and combining equipment will be in addition to that desired.