Ewe is characterized as a female sheep.

Ref: 123800/2006-09-21

In an industrial or industry context, "Ewe" typically refers to a female sheep. Ewes are often used for their wool, meat, and milk, which are produced as agricultural products.


  1. "The company operates a large sheep ranch, where they breed and raise ewes for their wool, which is used in the production of clothing and textiles."

  2. "Ewe's milk is a valuable ingredient in many dairy products, such as cheese and yogurt, and is also used in the production of cosmetics and personal care products."

  3. "The company specializes in raising ewes for their meat, which is known for its tenderness and flavor and is in high demand in specialty markets."


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