Here is an opportunity for you all to feel as if you are on a sheep farm.
As you probably know, sheep “talk” to each other by bleeting and baaing. This is one of the reasons we call this
Just like you and I, sheep sound different from each other. One mother calling to her baby lamb sounds different from another.
She finds her baby this way and then identifies it by the scent. This helps her recognize her baby lambs from the time they
On the other hand, the grandpas and grandmas in the flock (a group of sheep) sound different again.
The sheep find each other in a large field, their voices carry to one another easily. It is funny to see the lambs suddenly
find their mommas that had wandered off to eat while the lambs were distracted playing (something the lambs do a lot of).
They baa when they are hungry, frightened, happy and playful. All baas have their own sounds. After a while a person can even
tell the differences.
Click on videos below to download. They may take a little time to load but are fun to watch, listen to and to learn about.
Or just call us on (608) 897-3983 and come and visit, meet the sheep from the videos and many others.
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