all Horn Description Traits

Sex Mean SD SE SS Trait Value Emplacement MC
Overall Both sexes have horns. The horns are small, and in the females they may be absent. Southern Sudanese, Southern Sudan, Nuba Mountain, Ingessana, Latuka-Bari, Nilotic, Yei, Toposa, Dinka, Sudanese Hill, Village goat, Sudan On Farm
Overall Gigantic, bulbous and conical. Porous and light. Unspecified-1402883370, Chad
Overall Present or absent in males, if present they usually have only one twist; females usually polled but if horns are present they are usually straight and flat. Rhodesian (obsolete synonym), Zimbabwe
Overall Majority are horned. Unspecified-1402883388, Zimbabwe
Overall Horns are found on all males, and 89% are spiral while 11% are straight. They are directed backwards. Unspecified-1402883398, Ethiopia On Farm
Ewe Generally horned Unspecified-1402883451, Turkey
Male Horned. Ethiopian Highland, Abyssinian, Ethiopia
Overall Short and thick, often pointing downward. Unspecified-1402883376, Ethiopia
Overall The majority of them are polled, while the rest have stumpy or curved type of floating horns. Unspecified-1402883394, Ethiopia On Farm
Overall The horns, which are a striking feature of the Kuri, are very large, being bulbous (the circumference at the base may exceeds 24 ins.) are conical in shape and average some 30 ins. in length. Borrie, Nigeria On Station