Hello and thanks for checking out this listing! I am seeking 30+ irrigated acres for my growing sheep business. I own and operate a grass fed direct to consumer lamb and beef business and we are seeking more pastures for our sheep. We practice rotational grazing which means that we move the sheep every 3 days with the help of our solar portable electric fencing. We are a husband and wife team who manage 42 acres of our own as well as 13 additional leased properties and are now interested in finding larger land leases that the sheep can rotate through for longer periods of time. We are passionate about using rotational grazing to improve pastures as we’ve seen what a difference it makes for our sheep and the soil development over the years. We also grow, cut, and bale our own hay so if you have any custom farming needs on the property, we would love to help out there as well. We are interested in irrigated pastures only, ideally some fencing would be great as an external barrier (although the sheep are always fenced with our solar fencing), and access to water to fill their drinking troughs which we would supply. We are experienced in working on leased property and rotational grazing and would love to bring our growing herd to your pastures! Interested in grazing opportunities for the remainder of the 2021 growing season and would love to develop long-term relationships with our lessors.
Water rights for irrigated pastures. The ability to tie into some water source to fill drinking troughs (we would supply the troughs). Some sort of fencing on the pastures although it can be minimal because the sheep are in their own electric solar fencing.
Husband and wife team who has been farming for the past 6 years. We are first generation farmers who currently manage our own 42 acres using rotational grazing methods as well as 14 other leased properties.
Our plan is the same for both the short and long term. We are interested in irrigated pastures that we can move our sheep onto for the duration of the growing/irrigation season. You can expect to see us every 3 days during the season because we move the sheep every 3 days. Once the water is off, we will move the sheep off the pasture back to our home farm.
Long term plans are the same as the short term. We are simply seeking land to rotate our sheep through. If the property had the ability and interest to winter-over sheep in a sheltered, we are open to that discussion but the primary goal is to fine grazing pastures for the irrigation season.
No housing required.
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