Q&As on Sheep
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Are sheep carnivores?
No, sheep are herbivores
What is the normal body temperature of sheep?
The normal rectal temperature for sheep is 100.9–103.8 °F (38.3–39.9 °C).
At what age can a sheep mate?
At an age of 7-9 months old, but there are striking exceptions to these limits.
My sheep is not a dairy breed. How much milk can she produce?
Normally 100-200 lbs. (45-90 kg) during the milking period that will last 4-6 months.
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