I google it and got a good chuckle!Bob Jones said:A goat with horns is cool. Without them they are the Jar Jar Binks of the goat world.
Having horned goats for 5 years, now switching to disbudded goats. Tired of the bashing at the feeder, catching legs in between the horns, raking the tree bark at the camp sites, etc.
I figure if they need protection on the trail from unleashed agressive dogs, that's what my .380 S & W Bodyguard is for.
We did the scooping and then the burning, and it worked fine on two of the three triplets, buckling #2 going back for a re-scoop due to a 1/2 inch long scur. The other two took fine. The kids were sedated during the process.