Sheep Herd in the Snow
A group of sheep is called a flock, herd or mob. Farmers exploit flocking behavior to keep sheep together on unfenced pastures such as hill farming, and to move them more easily. Sheep have a strong instinct to follow the sheep in front of them. When one sheep decides to go somewhere, the rest of the flock usually follows, even if it is not a good “decision.” In this video; sheeps follow a diurnal pattern of activity, feeding from dawn to dusk, stopping sporadically to rest and chew their cud in winter.
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