all Horn Description Traits

Sex Mean SD SE SS Trait Valuesort descending Location MC
Overall Medium size; curved outwards and upwards, with and outward turn at the tip (lyre-horn) Bunaji (Hausa), Yakanaji (Fulani), White Kano, Nigeria
Overall 80% straight and 17% curved in a lateral orientation for 70% of the cases, however in the case of typical Boran the horn is predominantly short. Unspecified-1402883374, Ethiopia
Overall A flat or concave profile and the horns are of medium length, thicker in the male than in the female and round in cross-section, curving upwards and forwards. Crescent- and lyre-shaped horns are known, as is the polled condition. Polled animals are known Unspecified-1402883383, Madagascar
Overall A great number of Kenana cattle are polled and some show loose horns about eight inches long. Unspecified-1402883376, Sudan
Overall Absent in both sexes or have rudimentary horns. Unspecified-1402883397, Ethiopia On Station
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
Overall Absent more often. Sahel, West African Long-legged, Desert, Sudan, Fulani, Peul, Peulh, Gorane (Chad)., Chad
Overall Almost all the sheep were polled except in rare cases Bonga, Ethiopia On Farm
Ewe Almost half of them are horned Unspecified-1402883500, Turkey
Overall Almost universal in males, slightly flattened in cross-section and deeply ribbed, spiral in classic "ram's born" shape and long; about 32 percent of females carry horns, usually light and rudimentary. Futake, Banamba, Fulani, Mali