It's a fairly common sign inland, mostly off the main roads, but not always. Sometimes it'll also say felås
") if it's electric. Remember to be on the lookout for sheep or cattle sleeping in the road once you've passed the cattle guard! But if you're British, and you've spent some time up in Yorkshire or down in Dartmoor, I guess you're familiar with the danger
Also, keep in mind that dogs have to be in their cage when driving here, so try not to get pulled over if you're not planning on keeping him/her in one
I crossed a cattle guard on a road trip two years ago and completely forgot about it after almost 10 miles of driving on a fairly wide road. Then I encountered a sheep sleeping in the shade.
My dog was startled by the sudden braking, so I calmed her down by shooing