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Sheep Depending on breed, sheep show a range of heights and weights. Their rate of growth and mature weight is a heritable trait that is often selected for in breeding. Ewes typically weigh between 45 and 100 kilograms (100 and 220 lb), and rams between 45 and 160 kilograms (100 and 350 lb). When all deciduous teeth have erupted, the sheep has 20 teeth. Characteristics, breeds, & facts. antelopes, sheep, goats, and cattle. It is one of the larger mammal orders, containing about 200 species, a total that may be somewhat reduced with continuing revision of their classification.Definition of sheep by merriam-webster. 1: any of various hollow-horned typically gregarious ruminant mammals (genus Ovis) related to the goats but stockier and lacking a beard in the male specifically: one (O. aries) long domesticated especially for its flesh and wool

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Wikipedia. Depending on breed, sheep show a range of heights and weights. Their rate of growth and mature weight is a heritable trait that is often selected for in breeding. Ewes typically weigh between 45 and 100 kilograms (100 and 220 lb), and rams between 45 and 160 kilograms (100 and 350 lb). When all deciduous teeth have erupted, the sheep has 20 teeth.

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Characteristics, breeds, & facts. antelopes, sheep, goats, and cattle. It is one of the larger mammal orders, containing about 200 species, a total that may be somewhat reduced with continuing revision of their classification.

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Definition of sheep by merriam-webster. 1: any of various hollow-horned typically gregarious ruminant mammals (genus Ovis) related to the goats but stockier and lacking a beard in the male specifically: one (O. aries) long domesticated especially for its flesh and wool

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Sheep 101: about sheep. About sheep ; Basic Sheep Information How long do sheep usually live? Separating the sheep from the goats What's the difference between sheep and goats?

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Breeds of livestock, department of animal. Sheep: (Ovis aries) There are a number of different theories regarding the origins of domestic sheep. However, most sources agree that they originated from mouflon.

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Characteristics, breeds, & facts. antelopes, Sheep , goats, and cattle. It is one of the larger mammal orders, containing about 200 species, a total that may be somewhat reduced with continuing revision of their classification.

Definition of sheep by merriam-webster. 1: any of various hollow-horned typically gregarious ruminant mammals (genus Ovis) related to the goats but stockier and lacking a beard in the male specifically: one (O. aries) long domesticated especially for its flesh and wool


Sheep 101: about sheep. About sheep ; Basic Sheep Information How long do sheep usually live? Separating the sheep from the goats What's the difference between sheep and goats?

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