What Brachah is inherent in "Venasati Eisev b'Sadcha li'Vehemtecha"?
Rashi #1: There will be sufficient grazing grounds near home, and you will not need to take your animals to the desert to graze.
Rashi #2: You will be able to cut your crops throughout the winter season to feed them to your animals, and to withdraw thirty days before the harvest. and it will re-grow fully in time for the harvest.
What do we learn from "V'achalta Vesava'ta"?
Rashi : It is an independent Brachah 1 - that the food will be blessed inside your stomachs, the food that you eat will satiate you and you will not be hungry.
Ramban #2 (citing the Ibn Ezra): It is written with reference to "Degancha, v'Siroshcha v'Yitzharecha" (mentioned in the previous Pasuk). 2
Ramban #3: It refers to everything that precedes it - to "Degancha, v'Siroshcha v'Yitzharecha" and to the sheep and cattle mentioned in this Pasuk (all of which you will eat and be satiated).
Ramban #4 (citing the Sifri): 'When your animals have enough to eat, they will help work the land (thereby enabling abundant crops to grow, 3 as a result of which you will eat and be satisfied'.
Ramban #5: The Pasuk means that you will eat the children of the animals mentioned earlier and be satisfied. 4
Brachos 40a: One may not eat before feeding his animals [that depend on him for food] -- "v'Nasati Esev b'Sadcha li'Vhemtecha", and afterwards "v'Achalta v'Savata."
Refer to 11:14:3:2.