They die because when a sheep lies on its back it can't get back up again, but when it does lie on its back the skin on top of the sheep falls on to its lungs which stop it from breathing.
No or otherwise they would fall over.
Not shearing a sheep is cruelty to animals. They can die from overheating or maggots and it all goes back to a person's neglect
In the fall
yes, they're not turtles. They lay on their sides all the time.
4 sheep 2+2=4 2 sheep: they are both in front and in back ^^
12 sheep because all but 12 sheep die!!!!
Only if the fall causes brain damage, then yes! Otherwise no!
Yes sheep can die from a number of dieases but they also die when they are slaughtered for their meat.
Apparently so. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DPXstOGTUdE http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2rMtyYWyaeI http://mudfooted.com/sheep-stuck-on-its-back/ Cheers, Bruce
9 sheep left."all but 9 die"means all seep die except 917Nine sheep.
The year of the sheep.
No not usually
Sheep are usually sheared twice a year: once in the spring and once in the fall.
It refers to a sheep that has fallen over and is unable to right itself. This can happen because its wool has become too heavy for it to walk properly or due to a fall. Sheep are extremely vulnerable in this position and can die in a matter of hours on an especially hot day.
First you take the sheep acrossthen you go back and get the cabbagethen you take the sheep back and take the wolf acrossthen you take the sheep across and you will winIT WILL WORK:)
Because they die up and then they get there color back in the fall
To solve it you, 1) take he sheep to the other shore 2) go back and get the wolf 3) bring back the sheep 4) grab the cabbage and bring it to the wolf's shore 5) go get the sheep and bring it back
No. Sheep are seasonal breeders, they breed in the fall to lamb out in the spring.
Dolly the sheep did not die from a sickness. She was staying at a farm and had been bred to a normal ram to test her fertility. She had one lamb that she raised on her own, but in the fall when the farm was sending sheep to slaughter, she and her lamb somehow ended up on the trailer What?? Do not believe anyone on these websites. None of the above is true. Dolly the sheep was euthanised on Feb 14th,2003 from a progressive lung disease, aged 6. The disease is common is sheep and wasnt a result from cloning.
so that they can fall asleep faster
Fall out boy
not necesscarily Never in the 9 years that I have had sheep have I seen one die when they sit down.
1) there is no such thing as a 'dairy sheep' 2) you can milk all sheep otherwise baby sheep would die think about what ur asking