Horns are common on both males and females, especially in dairy breeds.
Poncho was raised by the Pope family on a small-town farm in Goodwater, Alabama. In 2013, Jeral Pope Sr. reached out to a local veterinarian asking for assistance in finding a pet longhorn. Six-year-old Poncho Via doesn't reside in the Lone Star State, but he set the Guinness World Record for possessing the longest set of horns on any other Texas longhorn ever.
A fascination that came from a road trip out West, where the elder Pope saw longhorn cattle and decided he had to have one.
Once connected to a rodeo supplier, Pope Sr. purchased the 6-month-old animal who's been their "gentle giant" ever since. The name Poncho Via is a play on the famous Mexican revolutionary Pancho Villa.
Well, below are some photos of the cow with the longest horn you might have never seen
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