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What Age Do Sheep Start Breeding?

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Female sheep (ewes) are able to breed when they reach puberty and start showing signs of heat. The age at which ewes reach puberty varies with breed, genetic selection, body size, nutrition, and season of birth. Most ewes however reach puberty between 5 and 12 months of age.
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