What Is a Female Sheep Called?


A female sheep that is mature is called an ewe. Sheep are ruminant animals that are usually kept domestically for their meat, mutton, and the wool that they provide. These animals are normally classified under the order Artiodactyla.
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A female sheep is called a ewe. Yoe is a slang term for ewe. A young female is called a ewe lamb.
A female sheep is called a ewe while yoe is the slang term for a ewe. The process of giving birth in sheep is lambing/ parturition while pregnancy is also called gestation. A young female sheep is called a ewe lamb.
A female sheep is called a ewe.It is a mammal.
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