1 sweet vegetable cake will take any level, mostly found in snow biome but also spawns in forests etc but very rare. When looking for them use a pteranodon so you can move faster and a carry a grappling hook as when attached to the sheep you can pull it to your base while riding ptera.
If you wanna get wool without having to get ovis by just geting vegie cake make a cage with dino gate then get a argy to transport it into the cage then just simply shear it with scissors. Up if this is useful
The ovis is a sheep-like creature that many survivors find useful in farming. It can be found in the grasslands. While rare, it can be tamed simply by feeding it one Sweet Vegetable Cake. This sheep can be sheered with Scissors to obtain Wool, or killed to obtain Mutton. While the ovis can be mounted, it is not an ideal mount for transport and provides very little use once mounted, other than its ability to climb up steep inclines.— Smallfoot
Easy place to find in Fjordur is Jotunheim, go SouthEast. The cold there is killer but the best way to stay alive I've found is with full fur gear, an otter around your neck, Frio curry soup to keep help with the insulation and med brews as well as blood packs on your quick slots. I recommend at least bringing 20 or more med brews if you plan to stay alive longer than 2 min.. a HOT tek canteen will work wonders if you have one.
Use a desmodus(Bat).
WATCH OUT for microraptors and other predators!!!!
OVIS are an instant passive tame with sweet vegetable cake!
You find them (most often) up in the north biome, at the blue obelisk. As of now, they need to be born on a ceiling (One tile above where you want them), so they will not fall into the water under the map or other unaccessible places, warning, with this method they will still fall through the ceiling, but they will fall onto the foundation underneath, allowing you to claim them there. Another warning, The baby ovis needs to be claimed immediately, or else it will die of starvation, it will also have abnormally low weight, so be sure to feed it very often.