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dehorn

(dē-hôrn′)
tr.v. de·horned, de·horning, de·horns
1. To remove the horns from.
2. To prevent growth of the horns of (cattle, for example), as by cauterization.
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It also features a forged steel frame, a complete dehorn package, an extended magazine fully blended into the frame, 25 lines-per-inch checkering on the front strap and mainspring housing and hex head grip screws.
30: Tattoo your goats, dehorn (including the descenting of males you will not be using to breed), and castrate kids well before the weaning process in order to lessen the stress of the weaning transition.
Recommended lunar practice is to shear sheep, and dehorn, castrate, and tattoo your young goats late in the moon's third quarter or during the fourth quarter.