Yes. I understood that. You have a lot more to choose from if you don't limit yourself to polled. I was trying to say there isn't much need to limit yourself like that.I'm not talking about dehorning - in goats, some are born naturally polled - which is to say - without horns. Forever. It was a trait that used to be selected for (by man - nature, obviously, does not favor goats missing their primary means of protection), but back in the middle of last century, the USDA published something about polled goats producing sterile offspring, and horns have been making a comback ever since. (except for pets)
Oh. And I don't know if it is so in goats but polled is tecessive to horned in cattle. Spurs are a different gene so it can be just a little complicated.
Lol, and sorry. I'm doing too many things at once, I didn't look at who asked.