Polled livestock are livestock without horns in species which are normally horned
. The term refers both to breeds or strains which are naturally polled through
selective breeding and also to natural...
Some breeds of cow that have horned females include the common Jersey breed
, Holstein cattle, Highland cattle and Kerry dairy cattle. A complete listing of ...
Apr 26, 2000 ... Golfmyster This answer has 5 votes. First off, all cows are 'girls'. 'Boy' cows are
bulls. Yes, there are several breeds where females have horns.
Do you mean cows as in female cattle who have given birth? ... Some breeds of
cattle have horns and others do not, and many that do are de-budded as calves ...
Almost all breeds of cattle are born with buds, the ability to grow horns. The horns
are almost always removed at a young age.
English Longhorn is the only breed that have the horns of cattle growing ...
Always keep in mind that males and females can either be polled or horned.
Aug 18, 2007 ... Do female cattle have horns? I've been ... Actually, many breeds of cattle never
grow horns, such as the Angus and Polled Hereford. "Polled" is ...
Both male and female cows are born with horns (except polled breeds). ... A
heifer is a young female that has never given birth, and a cow is an older female
Jan 11, 2010 ... All known breeds of cows, at one point in time, had horns. ... Depends on both the
species and the breed, females can have horns though.
In beef cattle of European ancestry the trait of being polled or having horns is ... If
an animal of European breeding, not of Zebu ancestry, has horns then you can ...
In females the scur gene is recessive, meaning that she must posses both ...