What Is a Group of Sheep Called?

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A group of sheep is a flock, while large groups are referred to as a band or mob. Most breeds of sheep are domesticated for their production of wool, milk as well as meat. They were first domesticated in 5000 BC and they graze on grass or legume vegetation that is fine.
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Herd.
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A male sheep is typically called a 'ram' But, when the male sheep has been castrated, it is called the 'Wether' The female sheep however, is called an 'ewe'
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A group of sheep is called a flock. ChaCha!
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A flock. You didn't ask, but geese come in a gaggle and ravens come in an "unkindness."
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A group of Sheep is called a flock.
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If someone asked you what a group of sheep is called, chances are good you'd say a flock or herd. Other less common names for a group of sheep include band, trip, drove and mob.
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