The sheep know the drill. Every other day they willingly and eagerly pour through the small opening I make into the next pasture. I then spend time moving the waterer and the mineral feeder to the new pasture, take down the old fence and set it up for the pasture I will need next. The cattle are fairly compliant, too (same drill). The steers (naughty teenaged cattle), however, have been giving us all sorts of trouble, jumping over or going under their fence to live life on the lam. We are about ready to try putting them in with the sheep in hopes that the net fence will contain them better and cut down on the workload (moving four groups of animals is time consuming).
We try to graze cattle in the pastures that the sheep have finished with (after a period of regrowth). Intestinal parasites can be deadly to sheep, and regrazing sheep on pasture they've already been on infects many of them with the worms. We hope to break the worms' life cycle by grazing cattle after sheep.