Sheep make two natural sounds that are heard as “baa” and “meh.” The crying sound made by sheep and goats is known as bleat or bleating.
Sheep’s most prevalent sounds include “baa,” “baaing,” and “meh.” The sound emitted by both sheep and goats is referred to as bleating. This sound is similar to a cry, and it is sometimes used to characterise someone who is grumbling or whining. Female sheep are called ewes, male sheep are called rams, and newborn sheep are called lambs. Bleats come in a variety of pitches, from high to low, but they are produced by all members of the sheep family.