In the course of Parshat Pinchas (the relevant section is Bamidbar 28-29), where the sacrifices for each day are discussed, it frequently says that for a bull, the mincha is 3 tenths of an ephah, for a goat, 2 tenths, and for a sheep 1 tenth. For example, it says this in Bamidbar 28:12-13 about Rosh Chodesh and again in verses 20-21 about Pesach, and in verses 28-29 about Shavuot. This pattern continues into the next chapter with Rosh Hashana, Yom Kippur and Sukkot.
Why list this every time? Why not give the formula once at the beginning and rely on that, as it does in the case of Sukkot and Shmini Atzeret? Or, since for any particular holiday it just said how many sheep, goats & lambs, say "and 12 tenths of ephah of flour" or whatnot, as it does in the case of the daily tamid and Shabbat? Does the fact that both the tamid & Shabbat's musaf consist of only a single species account for this difference?