Thanks again for all the wonderful answers! As far as fencing, here's what we currently fence with. There's lots of snow right now and it's quite cold so I didn't take new pics, I just fished up some of what I already had, which were not taken with the fence in mind, so they're not the best, but anyhow, here they are. The first one, is what is going straight across the front of the pasture (that's what I meant by "horse" fencing, it's made with smaller holes than cattle fencing so that horses don't get their hooves stuck). Then, the second one, is the electric fence which is on the other three sides of the pasture. It's the "wire" electric fence. Then we have a smaller area fenced off that we put the horses in to give the pasture a break and it is fenced with electric tape (The bottom pic is not what we have, just an example. What we have is not as wide.). I would not, by the way, be getting any rams (Unless by ewe had a ram lamb in a couple years, but I would be selling it, not keeping it.) so no worries about their horns getting stuck. I was thinking of putting up a fenced area using electric tape and putting it lower to the ground and maybe using the wider tape instead of the thinner kind. Then I could train it to the electric fence while it was young and didn't have a super thick coat of wool.
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