In this close up of the area around the house it is easier to see the elevation lines. The bottom right corner of the house faces pretty much towards the south.
The back or farm part of the property is much hillier.
It is hard to see, but the pale, thin line around the perimeter of the back part of the property is the new fencing and the gray rectangle in the upper left is the barn. We will have three main pastures, the first on the south side of the stream, the other two split by the finger of green shaded area in the middle of the image. Each main pasture will then be managed intensively, moving the animals around with temporary electric fencing. I am excited to see how this all works. The chickens caught on quickly to the concept and would get all excited when I was moving their electric fencing. I am hoping the sheep and goats will be able to be out on pasture by May, but the snow had better start melting faster!