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Zeleno polje sa ovcama u Septembru.

Pogled na zeleno polje sa ovcama i drvece u pozadinu.
Ovca ili domaca ovca (lat. Ovis aries) je domaca zivotinja i spada u rogate prezivare, papkare, verovatno nastala domestifikacijom muflona u predelima juzne i jugozapadne Azije. Ovce se gaje jos od mladjeg kamenog doba i od njih se dobija meso, mleko i vuna. Ovcija vuna je u najsiroj upotrebi od svih vrsta vuna, a postupak kojim se dobija naziva se striganje (striza, sisanje ovaca).
Ovca je visoka gotovo metar i dugacka otprilike metar i po. Tezi do 70 kilograma. Muzjaci (ovnovi) imaju spiralno uvijene rogove. Prekrivena je vunenim runom od mekane, nezne, blago kovrdzave dlake. Jednom godisnje, u prolece, ovcu strizu i od jedne se dobija od dva do cak sedam kilograma vune.
Hrani se skromno, brsti travu, korenje, grancice po kamenjarima i trnjacima, tamo gde obicno krave ne dolaze na ispasu. So joj daje apetit i daje sjaj vuni. Ako so ne dobije od pastira, nalazi je sama tako sto lize kamenje koje je sadrzi.



Green field with sheep in September.

View of a green field with sheep and trees in the background.
The sheep or domestic sheep (lat. Ovis aries) is a domestic animal and belongs to the horned ruminants, ungulates, probably formed by the domestication of mouflon in the areas of South and Southwest Asia. Sheep have been raised since the Neolithic and meat, milk and wool have been obtained from them. Sheep wool is in the widest use of all types of wool, and the procedure by which it is obtained is called shearing (shearing, shearing sheep).
The sheep is almost a meter high and about a meter and a half long. It weighs up to 70 pounds. Males (rams) have spirally twisted horns. It is covered with a woolen fleece of soft, delicate, slightly curly hair. Once a year, in the spring, the sheep are sheared and from one they get from two to as much as seven kilograms of wool.
It feeds modestly, sprouts grass, roots, twigs on rocks and thorns, where usually cows do not come to graze. Salt gives it an appetite and gives the wool shine. If she does not get salt from the shepherd, she finds it herself by licking the stones that contain it.

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