all Horn Description Traits

Sex Mean SDsort descending SE 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 Medium size, thicker in the male than the female and round in cross-section. They curved upwards, outwards and forwards and may be crescent or lyre-shaped. Some animals are hornless and are known as Bory; lose horns also occur. Unspecified-1402883383, Madagascar
Ewe Are polled or carry only rudimentary horns. Ethiopian Highland, Abyssinian, Ethiopia
Overall Usually present in males, triangular in cross-section, often only as scurs, otherwise typically curved backwards and then forwards; usually absent in females. Landoum, White Maure, White Arab, Senegal
Overall Horns are carried by 96% of all animals but 31% have only rudimentary horns. Normal horns are heavier in males than in females but in both sexes they grow in an upward and backward curve. Mozambique (Landim=Landrace in Portuguese); Small East African., Mozambique On Station
Ewe Polled. Unspecified-1402883423, Tunisia
Overall Are small to medium in length and not thick, they usually project outwards, upwards and slightly forwards, but may also be devoid of cores and hung down wards. Peuhl, Foulbé , Cameroon
Overall Both male and females are polled, but some animals have small or rudimentary horns. Unspecified-1402883450, Turkey
Overall Present in both sexes: thick in males, set at least 2.5 cm apart at the base and spreading upwards, backwards and outwards; less heavy in females but also set apart and sloping backwards and outwards. Unspecified-1402883398, South Africa
Overall Virtually all males have horns, 82% being straight and pointed backwards, 13% curved and 5% spiral. Brown Goat, Ethiopia On Farm