all Horn Description Traits

Sex Mean SD SEsort descending SS Trait Value Location MC
Overall Project outwards, upwards and slightly forwards. The horns are of medium length and generally round in cross section. Unspecified-1402883389, Swaziland
Overall Horns turned back to the nape of the nake, some animals are also polled. Unspecified-1402883403, Uganda
Unspecified Absent in sheep from eastern Sudan but males from the west are usually horned and about 5 percent of females in west are also horned. The horns are spiral in shape. Arab, Ashgur, Shugor, Butana, Beja, Drashiani, Dubasi, Gash, Kababish, Watish, Baqqara, Barka (Shukria), Hamale., Sudan
Ewe Are polled or carry only rudimentary horns. Ethiopian Highland, Abyssinian, Ethiopia
Overall There is a very high incidence of polledness (37%). Horned goats have straight (32%) or curved horns (29%). Kotu-Oromo, Ethiopia On Farm
Overall Short and thin, arched above head and sometimes floating, light with dark extremities. Atacora , Benin
Overall Are present in both sexes and are generally short. They bend back ward and upward or slightly out ward and are often scimitar-shaped. They are also heavy at the base and fine at the tip. Mashona, Small East African., Zimbabwe On Farm
Overall The horns are short to medium in length and are thin or moderately thick. They project outwards and slightly forwards; sometimes the tips curve backwards and sometimes the horns while projecting outwards and upwards have only a slight curve in them. Unspecified-1402883384, Cameroon On Farm
Unspecified Present in both sexes: strong, moderately heavy and long in males with homonymous twist projecting sideways or backwards and outwards; lighter, scimitar shaped and backward curving in females. Unspecified-1402883405, Swaziland
Overall Only 29% of the rams have spiral horns, the rest are polled. Unspecified-1402883449, Turkey