all Horn Description Traits

Sex Mean SD SE SS Trait Value Location MC
Overall Big at base, short, round and pointed: cylindrical in males, oval in females. Loose horns exist. Polled animals are common. Unspecified-1402883374, Togo
Overall Horns are triangular in males, almost all which possess them loosely spiralled and long; only 5.6 percent of females (n=581) carry small horns. Unspecified-1402883411, Togo
Overall Horns should be absent (although scurs do occur). Blackhead Ogaden, Boran, Adal, Afar Blackhead,, Ethiopia On Station
Overall Are medium to long in length projecting outwards and upwards, usually slightly forwards and with a characteristic sudden curve inwards about two-thirds of the way up. Unspecified-1402883383, Malawi On Farm
Overall Extremely long horns, lyre or crescent-shaped sometimes forming a complete circle. Unspecified-1402883386, Ethiopia
Female Mostly polled. Unspecified-1402883451, Turkmenistan
Unspecified Sixty-nine percent of males have horns of medium length, projecting backwards and then outwards; 76 percent of females have lighter and narrower horns. Bechuanaland (but obsolete)., Niger
Overall There is a relatively high proportion of polled goats in the Western Highland population (14%), especially around lake Tana polled hermaphrodite goats were common. The horned goats have straight (76%) horns directed backwards (73%). Unspecified-1402883406, Ethiopia On Farm
Overall May be present or absent in both sexes and may be short to moderately long . Bantu, Matabeleland., Zimbabwe On Farm
Overall Rams are generally horned, though approximately 5 – 10% are polled. The horns form a spiral and flare out towards the sides. Unspecified-1402883450, Turkey