How Long Are Sheep Pregnant for?

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Sheep are mammals who are generally kept for livestock. Signs of pregnancy in sheep are not visible until about 6 weeks before giving birth. However, sheep have a pregnancy period of 5 months.
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Five months.
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Many fish lay eggs and are therefore not pregnant. Some fish do give birth to live young. These fish have different gestation periods depending on the species. A guppy is usually
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Old English Sheepdogs bear their litters roughly 56 to 72 days after fertilization,
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Not medical advice: The average gestation length in sheep varies from 142-152 days. The average is 147 days. Individual pregnancies may vary from 138-159 days.
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