We have red clay. Thirty feet of red clay. Woe. When it's been dry for a week or so, the ground is generally dry-ish, though not so much that you can't dig in it. But when it rains! We can have squishy wet soil for weeks if we don't get dry spells occasionally. I'd like to have a sheep or two on my mowing team, but I know liver flukes are an issue with wet ground. Someone told me Romneys can handle it; is that true? Surely there's a breed that developed on wet soils and is resistant... right?