Exploring Exceptions to the Dehorning Process

While the Dehorning Process of cattle is a common practice, there are also some unusual circumstances surrounding the practice that may not be quite so common. For example, if the disbudding or dehorning procedure is not performed correctly, it is possible for the horns to grow back. If the hot-iron used in the process is not hot enough, for example, some of the horn cells may remain, thereby allowing the horns to grow a second time. Read More