John, I agree there is a picture in there and I have tried to sort out my personal feeling of the best. As you will see I have cropped out a large piece of the right hand and the sky to concentrate the eye on the fence,
I have also cloned out a bit of the branch that was obscuring the fence in the distance.
The fence leads the eye nicely into the picture,with the sheep bringing the eye back again to the fence giving a nice interesting flow. I feel you concentrated (quite rightly) on the composition but not enough on the exposure (little over exposed 1 stop) and the focus point, as nothing is really sharp. Either that or you hand held the camera with too slow a shutter speed.
My advice is to go back again with your tripod and compose the scene again and pay special attention to exposure (using the camera's histogram to check for over/under exposure) and using a smallish aperture f11 say, focus on the nearest part of the fence in the foreground, that way you will have the foreground in focus and the depth of field given by the small aperture will take care of the rest.
Best of luck.