# How many sheep does it take to make a sweater?

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# How many sheep did Noah take onto the ark?

2. This is a common misconception from the song that we all have to sing a youngsters the actual number could either be 7 which is the generally accepted answer or 14 dependi

# How many sheep make up a band?

Usually 1000 ewes plus their lambs.

five

277 alltogether

Three.

# How many goats make a sheep?

Zero, sheep and goats are of different genus, therefore, do not relate to one another.

two

# How many sheep are needed to make a flock?

3 two is a couple 3s a flock

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# How many sheep does it take to make a coat?

It only takes one sheep to make a coat. This one sheep can besheered many times to produce enough wool for one jacket.

# Many of the sweater or sweaters fit him perfectly?

many of the sweaters fit him perfectly i,m a teeacher i should know!

# How does the yarn in the sweater differ from the wool on the sheep?

In some cases it's the same thing. If it's mass produced there may be some acrylic or pollyester blended into it.
In Goats and Sheep

# How long does it take to make a shaun the sheep episode?

102 hours
In Goats and Sheep

# How many wool sweaters does a sheep produce in its lifetime?

1.2billion the exact estimate is 1,218,374,478.
In Domestic Dogs

# How do you take off your dogs sweater?

You can take off your dogs sweater by pulling the back off the sweater to dogs armpits and then slowly and gently remove the arms when that is done just pull the shirt off of
In Minecraft

# How many days does it take to sheep grow wool in Minecraft?

It is not a matter of days or any length of time, a sheep's wool regrows when it eats a patch of grass.
In Electricity and Magnetism

# What makes your hair stick off when you take off the sweater?

Static electricity, due to a transfer of charge, as the fabric moves over your hair.