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A sheepwalk is an area of grassland where sheep can roam freely.
The productivity of sheepwalk is measured by the number of sheep per area. This is dependent, among other things, on the underlying rock.
- R. Elfyn Hughes, "Sheep Population and Environment in Snowdonia (North Wales)", Journal of Ecology Vol. 46, No. 1, Mar., 1958, 169-189