all Horn Description Traits

Sex Mean SD SE SSsort descending Trait Value Location MC
Overall Almost all the sheep were polled except in rare cases Bonga, Ethiopia On Farm
Overall Males have curved (47%) and straight (41%) horns mainly pointing backwards (58%) with some pointed straight upwards (28%). Polled goats were 6% in both sexes. Arsis, Gishe, Sidama, Manta, Awarch, Ethiopia On Farm
Overall Short, lighter at base. Darker at extremities surface is coarse. Unspecified-1402883373, Benin
Male Males have either no horns or have two laterally projecting horns but females are hornless. Unspecified-1402883399, Eritrea
Unspecified Sixty-nine percent of males have horns of medium length, projecting backwards and then outwards; 76 percent of females have lighter and narrower horns. Bechuanaland (but obsolete)., Niger
Overall Short, thick at the base, round in cross-section and upright. Polled animals are not uncommon. Unspecified-1402883374, Ethiopia
Overall Present in both sexes: strong in males, flattened in cross section, markedly ribbed, directed straight upwards and backwards diverging more or less then turning in wards at the tips, homonymously twisted with slow spiral, sometimes horizontal; female horn Sahel, West African Long-legged, Desert, Sudan, Fulani, Peul, Peulh, Gorane (Chad)., Chad
Overall Light, porous, thin horn case. Abnormal form is Buoy-shaped. Unspecified-1402883370, Chad
Male Most horns are perpendicular to the head and bend into a loop. Lebanese Jabali, Western Sahara
Overall Both sexes are furnished with homonymously twisted horns, commonly projecting horizontally outwards. Sudan Desert., Sudan