The ratio between the number of sheep and the number of horses at the Stewart farm is 4 to 7, If each horse is fed 230 ounces of horse food per day and the farm needs a total 12,880 ounces of horse food per day, what is the number of sheep in the farm?\(\frac{Sheep}{Horses} = \frac{4}{7}\)

\(Food Per Horse = 230 Ounces\)

\(Total Horse Food = 12,880\)

\(Total Horses = \frac{Total Horse Food}{Food Per Horse}\)

\(Total Horses = \frac{12,880}{230}\)

Lets substitute this value in the original ratio:

\(\frac{Sheep}{Horses} = \frac{4}{7}\)

\(Total Sheep = \frac{4}{7} * \frac{12,880}{23}\)

\(Total Sheep = 4 * 8\)

\(Total Sheep = 32\)

Hence, Answer is C
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