In the beginning, it was a question of “is it a dog or a sheep?” Many, many years ago, if a person started talking to me about the differences between the two, I would have said “a lamb and a goat,” but now I’m pretty sure I’m an expert on the difference between a sheep and a lamb.
The difference between a sheep and a lamb is that sheep’s fleece is lighter. (At least, in the US) Goats have a stronger, more hardier fleece. The difference is that sheep’s fleece is also softer. In a way, sheep are a lot like weasels, and a person who goes for sheep, is like a weasel who goes for a little bit of sheep.
This is the big difference between sheep and goats. Sheeps, in general, are more docile. They are less likely to run away from a fight, they are more likely to herd together in groups, and they generally are the least likely to attack and defend. Goats are more prone to attacking and defending, but they are more likely to also herd together in groups. The sheep are more likely to attack and defend, but the goats are more likely to herd together in groups.
That’s not to say goats and sheep are the same, but it is to say that they are two very different animals. Goats and sheep are at opposite ends of the spectrum, and they are also very different in their behavior. Goats, for example, are more likely to run away. Sheeps have the opposite tendency.
The opposite of herd behavior is what some refer to as “clustering,” which is when a herd tries to herd together into a single group. I call this clustering because a clump of sheep is very similar to a cluster of goats.
Clustering is when a group of sheep try to herd together, rather than a group of goats trying to herd together. That’s not to say that goats and sheep don’t herd together, it just happens to be more likely that goats and sheep do. Goats herd more closely than sheep, but it’s not like goats can’t herd sheep. That is an oversimplification, though. In a real herd, each animal will interact with all the other animals within the herd.
We are sheep, goats and chickens. And while sheep and goats are very similar creatures, they are also very different from each other. Goats are the most social species on earth, but sheep herd more closely than other sheep. While goats tend to herd closely, sheep tend to herd in large groups.
Goat vs. Sheep. Goat is the most social species on earth. For one, they can eat many different things, while sheep can only eat one thing. And they also herd more closely than sheep. Goats herd more closely than sheep because they are more curious animals. People, on the other hand, are more curious. People tend to herd in crowds, and they are less likely to interact in small groups.
Goats are more social than sheep. While sheep are social, goats are generally not. They are more introspective and have a lot of personality. People, on the other hand, tend to be more outgoing and more outgoing people tend to herd in small groups.
Some might argue that goats are social while sheep are not, but that is not true. Goats tend to herd in small groups. And while sheep are likely more social, goats are much more solitary. We don’t tend to herd in crowds, but we can usually gather up to ourselves if we want to, and they are definitely not going to come around and join us.