all Horn Description Traits

Sex Mean SD SE SSsort descending Trait Value Location MC
Overall Most male goats have straight horns (85%) oriented backwards (77%). There are 12% polled males in the population. Unspecified-1402883406, Ethiopia
Unspecified It is circular in section, not oval usually of a uniform curve, erect, elegant and stylish, sweeping up wards and tapering continuously to a very sharp point. The curve is generally symmetrical and g Unspecified-1402883388, Zimbabwe
Ewe Are polled, some have small rudimentary horns. Unspecified-1402883449, Turkey
Unspecified When present rather light and of medium length: simple or partially twisted backwards or divergent sweep in males; usually backward sweeping in females but some diverge. Sudanese Nubian, Shukria, Sciucria, Sudan
Overall Is short and thick but in most cases they are polled. Unspecified-1402883376, Ethiopia On Station
Overall Horns turned back to the nape of the nake, some animals are also polled. Unspecified-1402883403, Uganda
Overall There were no polled animals. Most of the animals have short horns, which are curved upwards. Some animals also have laterally erect, or forward-curved orientation of horns. Some others also have loose and dropping horns while a few of then have lyre shap Unspecified-1402883378, Ethiopia On Farm
Ewe Are polled Kars, Cildir, Kesik, Turkey
Overall Generally short, fine and round in cross section. They project upwards slightly outwards and have a slight curve at the upper two-thirds. Unspecified-1402883497, Kenya On Farm
Overall There is a very high incidence of polledness (37%). Horned goats have straight (32%) or curved horns (29%). Kotu-Oromo, Ethiopia On Farm