We have three and half acres. One big barn and a pasture that is a huge hill. I would really like to be able to make my share of the income from our farm. But the pasture kinda kills lots of livestock choices. I am plaining on selling eggs and would like to sell and broker fiber and yarn as well. Im thinking french angora rabbits as one critter but would like something else too. I have a area for a dry lot and i can rotate pastures as i have huge front yard i can fence in. How many animals can say 3 acres hold? I've thought of 3 or 4 gelding alpacas, 4-8 mini sheep, 3-4 pygora goats and two nubians. But i think that is way to much even with rotating the pastures. But my in laws and my parents have land. That i may be able to use for a small part of the year. So during the summer i may have only some of the critters here. But during the fall and winter they will all be here. I really would like a couple of each but i need to make money off the fiber and not just stick into their bellies. What are my options? I could have just 2 or so of each and broker the rest of the fiber id need then spin it. If i do that then should i get white critters only and dye the fiber, then buy the colored? The bunnies will be first as the barn needs a lot of work and we need fences still. They can live in the garage. I mostly want the other animals for pets and fiber to blend with the buns. Should i get all fixed boys or girls that i can breed? Thank you!!!