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LAMB. A ram, sheep or ewe, under the age of one year. 4 Car. & P. 216; S. C. 19 Eng. Com. Law Rep. 351.

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ovipneumoniae having a primary role in bighorn sheep pneumonia is consistent with the association between some epizootics of this disease and contact with domestic sheep because the latter carry this agent at high prevalence.
The wide-spread occurrence of goats and domestic sheep may be the major obstacle for restoration of desert bighorn sheep in Coahuila (Espinosa et al.
Climatic variability and effects on ungulate body weight: the case of domestic sheep.
The income encourages local farmers to keep domestic sheep away from bighorns.
A field test of lithium chloride aversion to reduce coyote predation on domestic sheep.
In addition to threats from predation, disease spread from domestic sheep has also reduced bighorn sheep populations.
It called the situation a bitter blow for domestic sheep farmers, who are struggling with farmgate prices that in many cases are below the cost of production.
Reasons for this decline are unclear, but probably relate to a combination of factors including transmission of disease from domestic sheep and goats, unregulated hunting, fragmentation of habitat, and isolation of small, unsustainable populations (Leftwich and simpson, 1978; Berger, 1990; smith and Flinders, 1992; Krausman and Bowyer, 2003).
Domestic sheep bones are common, especially in phases E I and E II (Table 1).
The coyotes attack pronghorn antelope and domestic sheep, and attempts to control them have been hugely expensive, costing hundreds of millions of dollars.
Rounding the last turn in a remote dirt road, they were surrounded by domestic sheep.
Standard nomenclature for the G-band karyotype of the domestic sheep (Ovis aries).