all Horn Description Traits

Sex Mean SD SE SS Trait Value Location MC
Female Up to 13 Sahel, West African Long-legged, Desert, Sudan, Fulani, Peul, Peulh, Gorane (Chad)., Chad
Male Usually have long horns. Unspecified-1402883451, Turkmenistan
Overall Both sexes are hornless. Danakil, Adal, Ethiopia On Station
Overall Generally, the males have horns while the ewes are polled. Some ewes do have horns, however Unspecified-1402883449, Turkey
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 Horns are either straight (47.1%) or curved (41.2%); the reminder (11.7%) are polled. All horns are pointed backwards. Tseada, Arab, Melege, Bilena, Boggos, Hamasen, Asaorta., Eritrea
Overall Only 29% of the rams have spiral horns, the rest are polled. Unspecified-1402883449, Turkey
Overall Large crescent shaped Unspecified-1402883394, Ethiopia
Overall Solid base and crescent shaped in males, smaller in females and develops obliquely forwards and upwards. Unspecified-1402883372, Cote d'Ivoire On Station
Overall Project outwards, upwards and slightly forwards. The horns are of medium length and generally round in cross section. Unspecified-1402883389, Swaziland