When we first moved to the country the 10 acre property had been badly neglected, overrun with grass and thistles. It was so bad we had to walk through slowly or risk tripping on rolls of barbed wire hidden by overgrown grass.
The metal roof had blown off the shelter and was at risk of being blown by the strong winds, so a major clean up was due before gettting any types or animals.
We soon learned that when you get a llama to guard your sheep - you should only get one, but that is another tale.. We had the four ewe lambs, and llamas, and thought we were set. Of course not long after we realized that four sheep was too few, and we would need to get more.