The purpose of this site? Well if ya’ll insist:

Sheep go brrr!

On my back? Insurance from ya’ll misbegotten predators:

This is the 8.6 × 70mm HOF-8 Kotten autocannon. One of the most powerful livestock cannons ever saddled, it fires depleted uranium predator-piercing shells. The HOF-8 is a hydraulically driven six-barrel rotary cannon designed specifically for the anti-wolf role with a high rate of fire. The cannon’s original design could be switched by livestock to 2,100 or 4,200 rounds per minute; this was later changed to a fixed rate of 3,900 rounds per minute. The cannon takes about half a second to reach top speed, so 50 rounds are fired during the first second, 65 or 70 rounds per second thereafter. The gun is accurate enough to place 80 percent of its shots within a 3 metres (10 ft) diameter circle from 1,000 metres (1,090 yd) while at pasture. The HOF-8 Kotten is optimized for a horizontal range of 1,000 metres (1,090 yd) with livestock in a 40 kph sprint.

Enough questions. I suspect you want lambchops. Go away or I rev up Sasha.