Flock – a group of sheep (or goats). All the sheep on a property (in Australian
Wool Classing); also all the sheep in a region or country. Sometimes called herd
A female sheep is called a ewe. Yoe is a slang term for ewe. A young female is
called a ewe lamb. The process of giving birth to lambs is called lambing.
Young female sheep (under the age of 1 year old) are called ewe lambs. After
your ewe is one year old (and until she is two years old) your female sheep will
swine - refers to animals in the pig family; barrow - a young, castrated male ...
ewe - a female sheep; lamb - a sheep less than one year in age; ram - a male ...
Feb 7, 2014 ... Flock – a grouping of a species of livestock (sheep, poultry) Herd – a group of a
single species of animal (cattle, horses, swine, goats) Livestock – domestic farm
animals ... birth by a multi-parous mammal. Also called brood.
Animal Names: Male, Female, and Young. Animal, Male, Female, Young. Ass,
Jack, Jenny, Foal ... Rabbit, Buck, Doe, Bunny. Sheep, Ram, Ewe, Lamb.
Flock is a group of goats. (The term may be used in reference to other livestock.)
Kid is a baby goat of either sex. Wether is a castrated male goat (or sheep).
A female sheep is called a ewe, and a young female is called a ewe lamb. A
male sheep is called a ram, and a young male is called a ram...
An adult male sheep is known as a ram (or, in some areas, atup); a castrated
male sheep is called a wether.
a young female sheep is called cosset.while males is lambkit.