Did you know that there are three times as many sheep in Wales as there are people, and there are over 900 different breeds of sheep in the world?
How about the amazing fact that sheep are believed to be as intelligent as dogs, despite the bad rep sheep get for following each other everywhere (even over the edge of a cliff!). It might also fascinate you to learn that sheep have incredible memories.
Apparently they can remember other sheep and people, including the farmer, for many years! Turns out sheep are more interesting than ewe might think from looking at them in all their fluffy glory. They’ve also inspired a whole flock’s worth of woolly good sheep puns and brilliant jokes that are easy to remember (if you don't have a sheep's memory) and will make the whole family giggle.
If your kids love these cute fluffy farm animals and are looking for some fun new sheep one-liners, then they’ll want to dip into our 33 lamb puns and jokes about sheep that are a shear delight to tell to everyone. From rams, ewes and lambs to wool and fleeces, you'll find the funniest sheep puns right here.
If you would prefer some other animal jokes and puns, we've got loads more cool jokes for ewe including unicorn jokes and bird jokes. You certainly won't be the black sheep of the family if you tell each and every one of these!
The Best Sheep Puns, Wool Puns And Ram Puns
Need some sheep puns for a poem, greetings card or funny sheep sign? Field free to use some of these lamb-tastic puns that your family and friends won’t have herd before…
1.All’s wool that end’s wool.
2.I’ll always be there for ewe.
3.Wouldn’t ewe know it.
4.All sheeps and sizes.
5.The sheep of things to come.
7.That was a sheep shot.
8.Time wool tell.
9.Ram the point home.
10.Shear up, darling. Everything will be alright.
11.You herd it here first.
12.Baby don’t herd me.
13.Ewe are one in a million.
14.Wool you be my valentine?
Sheep Question And Answer Jokes
Ewe won’t come by hilarious sheep jokes like these very often. These funny sheep one-liners are guaranteed to cheer ewe up if you’re having a baa-d day.
15.Where do sheep get their wool cut? At the baa-baa.
16.What do you call a sheep covered in chocolate? A chocolate baa.
17.What do you call a dancing sheep? A baa-lerina.
18.Why are sheep bad drivers? Because they’re always making ewe turns.
19.Who is a sheep’s favourite singer? Britney Shears.
20.What’s a sheep’s favourite magical creature? A ewe-nicorn.
21.What do you get if you mix a sheep with a kangaroo? A woolly jumper.
22.What’s a sheep’s favourite newspaper? The Wool Street Journal.
23.What do you call a sheep with no legs? A cloud.
24.Where do sheep go on holiday? To the Baaaahamas.
25.What cars do sheep like to drive? Lamborghinis.
Barbara black sheep. Have you any wool?
27.Why did the lamb call the police? He had been fleeced.
28.How do sheep in Spain say “Merry Christmas”? Fleece Navidad.
29.Where do lambs take a bath? In the baaaa-th tub.
30.Where do sheep go to watch funny videos? Ewe Tube.
31.What do you call 100 sheep rolling down a hill? A lamb-slide.
32. What do you call a lamb that does karate? Lamp-chop.
33. How do sheep greet each other at Christmas? Merry Christmas to ewe.
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