Ndaragwa is an area with relatively low rainfall and borders the ASAL areas of Laikipia county and this makes it very suitable for sheep rearing. We specialise in Dorper sheep in ndaragwa since they are hardy and can tolerate higher temperatures. We rotate our sheep regulary to fresh ground, ensuring a consistent graze for our pastures. Our sheep are both grazers and ‘browsers’; this means that they like to eat vegetation that is sometimes considered a ‘weed’ in the farm. We also feed them with excess vegetables form our farms especially during the rainy season. In our oljorook farm, we keep Hampshire breed since the areas has lower temperatures and this breed does well there since they have more far to keep warm during the cold season.