We have a large field that was seeded last year-ish with Alfalfa, which has done amazingly, however we don't need the alfalfa, or want it, and now it's starting to migrate into our lower field which is mainly just pasture grass (suitable for horses). Our neighbor said something about when you turn it under, you have to wait a year to seed because it's poisonous, but I was thinking of just over-seeding it until it was smothered by other, equally strong-willed grasses/forages. Would that work? What other grasses/forages do you suggest? I live in the Prince Edward County/Centre Hastings area of Ontario, Canada. We have horses, who don't need alfalfa or other "hot," forages/grasses like it. Also, as a side question.... We're looking into getting some sheep, we decided against goats after meeting three very sweet sheep at a horse boarding stable I tried a horse at. What breeds are best for small farms, how many would you suggest getting, ... there is a farm near us I'm certain that sells "starter flocks," would that be suitable to first-timers? Living conditions.. We have a stall at the back of our barn which we were going to turn into a goat stall, it has a look-out hatch, dutch door on the stall front, has a cement floor, and is probably 8x8, or 10x10 -- would this be adequate? Do sheep like being stalled? or "penned?" Any other information would be great!