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Many breeds and species of goats and sheep look alike, especially when you compare such animals in the middle east and India. Goats and sheep are different species, of different subfamilies. Both have unbranched non-deciduous horns, but sheep have tear ducts below their eyes, and scent glands under their dewclaws. Goats do not. Raspberry, Portland, Oregon
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yes,because a sheep is a female and a goat is a male.from khadijah.sakr that is aloud of poo yuu can get male and female of both so :P x
No, sheep are primarily used for both meat and wool production (the only breed of goat used for fleece is the Angora, another breed of goat used for its fibre are Cashmeres), …goats are taller than sheep. Goats tails stand upright and usually are only about 2-3 inches long, a sheep's tail is usually docked (if it is not docked it can be about 5 inches long).
Lambs are baby sheep, ewes are female sheep, and rams are male sheep.
No. A goat is not a sheep. A sheep is not a goat.
no, it is very similar though. Every goat and sheep is different,but the noise centers into a "goat sounding" or "sheep sounding" noise witch are similar.
They both make a "baa" sound, but to producers who raise both sheep and goats, the sound is slightly different and you can tell them apart.
Heck no!!! The goat's scientific name is caprine. Their tails go up and are not docked. They are browsers. Most goats have horns. A male goat is called a buck. A femal…e goat is called a doe. A baby goat is called a kid. Most goats are raised for their meat or milk. The sheep's scientific name is ovine. Their tails go down and (for 99% of the breeds) are docked. They are grazers. Most sheep don't have horns. A male sheep is called a ram. A female sheep is called a ewe. A baby sheep is called a lamb. Most sheep are raised for their wool or meat.
Yes, they will adapt well with each other.
They both are known to "bleat", however, if you listen closely a sheep will make a "Bah" sound while a goat will make a "Mah" sound.
1, they are both ruminants. 2, they are both used for meat, milk, and wool. 3, they both can have more than one offspring at a time.
Well generally sheep "baa" and goats "maa", however at slaughter time I am sure that they are both saying "Get me out of here".
No, sheep produce lambs, and goats produce kids. Both offspring is of different genus as with the parents.
Yes, but it really depends on what you think
No, sheep and goats should not have the same kind of wormer unless specified it is for both animals. Goats need a higher concentration of wormer than sheep.
Yes they are both animals,which come from a farm.