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Sheep for rent in Texas hill country

 
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Does anyone know where I could rent some sheep to mow my grass in Texas hill country?  We just acquired the property and aren't living there yet so it will be awhile before we start getting our own animals, but in the mean time could use a mow and fertilizer.
 
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Cydney, welcome to permies.

The Hill Country is a big place.

What I would suggest doing is to ask at your local feed store who has sheep or goats as they would know who buys feed for them.

Do any of your neighbors have sheep or goats?

My neighbor runs her sheep on the neighbor's property next to hers. I don't know though I have always assumed she pays for grazing rights.
 
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