As a general rule – Testicle size is a good indication of the sperm-producing ability of individual rams. If Not Diseased Represents sperm storage capacity. It will be the Largest During the Months of August – October. Rams can Be Given a (BSE) Breeding Soundness… Read More »Why are Sheep Balls – (HUGE)
As a general rule sheep kneel down while they eat for several reasons. Sheep are sometimes kneeled during eating due to her overgrown feet. Often mud sticks in between the toes and causes pain and later on rot will develop in the area under the mud… Read More »Why Do Sheep Eat on Their Knees (2022)
As a whole sheep don’t have any top teeth on their upper jaw, only a dental pad. The teeth of a sheep are divided into two distinct sections, namely, eight permanent incisors in the lower front jaw and twenty-four molars, the latter being divided into… Read More »9 Functions: Do Sheep have Top Teeth?
As a general Rule, All Sheep have one Cerebellum that controls, Balance, and Posture in Sheep. It also coordinates all voluntary muscle control and motor responses. It is responsible for Sheep’s Learning abilities. Humans have two sections, but Sheep’s Brains are less developed than people,… Read More »Wait – Why Do Sheep Have One Cerebellum **BRAINS**
As a general rule Wool is naturally flame-resistant and offers a greater level of fire safety than other fibers. Besides, wool doesn’t melt, drip, or stick to the skin when it burns. Wool’s inherent fire resistance comes from its naturally high nitrogen and water contents,… Read More »Can a Sheep Catch Fire ** Naturally Fire Resistant ** (2022)
As a general rule Fleece loss can be caused by several causes 1) Nutrition 2) Shedding 3) Dermatitis 4) Parasites 5) Drugs 6) Ringworm 7) Scab 8) Stress 9) Mites Why Do Sheep Lose Their Fleece Why Do Sheep Lose Their Fleece – Alopecia, or… Read More »Why Do Sheep Lose Their Fleece ** ALOPECIA **
As a general rule sheep grind their teeth for some of the following. 1) Pain 2) Mastitis 3) Tail Docking 4) Castration 5) Mulesing 6) Stress 7) Scrapie 8) Enterotoxemia Why Do Sheep Grind Their Teeth Why Do Sheep Grind Their Teeth – Suppose you… Read More »Why Do Sheep Grind Their Teeth? (2022)
As a General Rule Goats need more copper in their diets. Breeds also vary in their sensitivity to copper toxicity. For this reason, it is generally recommended that sheep not be fed grain and mineral mixes that have been formulated for other livestock (including goats),… Read More »Why Farmers Seperate Sheep from Goats? (4 VIDEOS)
As a general rule sheep olfactory bulb is divided into two sections. Do Sheep have Olfactory Bulbs. The olfactory bulb is a neural structure of the vertebrate forebrain involved in olfaction, the sense of smell. It sends olfactory information to be further processed in the amygdala, the orbitofrontal cortex… Read More »Why are the Olfactory Bulbs Larger in Sheep? / Extraordinary Sense of **SMELL**?
As a General Rule Headbutting is aggressive dominant behavior in sheep. This could be with other sheep or with people. Headbutting usually happens when a pair of rams both think they should be the ones in charge of the pasture, so a challenge starts. Aggressive… Read More »3 Smashing Reasons: Why Do Rams Butt Heads?