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Ewes - Good Luck Minis®

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Original price $119.99USD
Current price $83.99USD
SKU 345822

  • 192 Pieces Per Bag. Only Available in Bulk Purchase.
  • A Ewe is an adult female sheep, while Rams are adult males. All of the hundreds of breeds of domestic sheep descend from wild sheep. The breeds may be distinguished by their wool, growth rates, adult size, face color, tail length, and even adaptability to terrain.
  • Scientific Name: Ovis aries
  • Characteristics: These curious little ewes are adorable Easter decorations, or they can be used in rural-themed artwork or school projects.
  • Size and Color: These little white sheep have pink ears and noses for realism, and they are about the size of a large blueberry.
  • Ewes are part of the Good Luck Minis® collection
  • All of our products are Non-toxic and BPA free
  • *Please note, this item is a Hot Deal. It cannot be returned or exchanged. The discount you see cannot be combined with any promo code or other offers.


    Sheep are raised primarily for their wool, of course, but wool is not only an historically significant commodity; it’s also a modern marvel. Because of its ability to heat and cool the wearer, repel water, and resist wind, humans used wool from wild sheep even before they began domesticating the animals. Dogs were the first animals to be domesticated, but sheep may have been the second, and the dogs naturally were a great help in keeping the flocks. Although history is often a story of great deeds and dangerous adventures, many of those feats were performed by people wearing wool clothing. Even today, wool is a staple in the clothing of astronauts, polar scientists, and explorers of the mountains and oceans.

    • Recommended Age: 5+
    • Size in cm: 5 L x 20.25 W x 25.5 H
    • Size in inches: 1.97 L x 7.97 W x 10.04 H
    • UPC: 095866345808
    A Ewe is a female sheep. Sheep are primarily farm animals, and they are raised in most of the world for both wool and meat. They prefer grass, and their four-part stomach allows them to digest it easily.