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About: One of the earliest animals to be domesticated for agricultural purposes, sheep are raised for fleece, meat and milk. They are most likely descended from the wild mouflon of Europe and Asia. Types of land where sheep are raised vary widely, from pastures that are seeded and improved intentionally to rough, native lands. Ideal pasture for sheep is not lawnlike grass, but an array of grasses, legumes and forbs. Sheep are flock animals and strongly gregarious; much sheep behavior can be understood on the basis of these tendencies. During flocking, sheep have a strong tendency to follow and a leader may simply be the first individual to move. Flock behaviour in sheep is generally only exhibited in groups of four or more sheep; fewer sheep may not react as expected when alone or with few other sheep.
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