all Horn Description Traits

Sex Mean SD SE SS Trait Value Location MC
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
Male Have prominent spiral horns very similar to those of the KIvIrcIk Unspecified-1402883451, Turkey
Ewe Usually hornless, though some 3-5% do have horns. Unspecified-1402883500, Turkey
Overall Horns are short and thin and project outwards and upwards from the head and slightly forward. Polled animals are fairly common. Unspecified-1402883372, Sudan On Station
Unspecified In 95 percent of both sexes: large and flattened in cross-section in males, homonymously twisted, projecting outwards or backwards; females finer and curving upwards and backwards. Southern Sudanese, Southern Sudan, Nuba Mountain, Ingessana, Latuka-Bari, Nilotic, Yei, Toposa, Dinka, Sudanese Hill, Village goat, Sudan
Overall Short, lighter at base. Darker at extremities surface is coarse. Unspecified-1402883373, Benin
Overall Both sexes are polled. Hamdani, Turkmenistan
Overall Floating horns huge at the base. Unspecified-1402883444, Ethiopia
Overall Both sexes are hornless Danakil, Adal, Ethiopia On Station
Overall The horns, which in profile usually appear set behind the face, are long and slender; they project laterally with a downward and backward sweep and in the mature animal are characteristically twisted. In cross section they are oval. Unspecified-1402883390, South Africa