Usually when I get a sheep skull, Mother Nature has done pretty much all the work and I just make like the school Janitor and clean up whats left. The other day my dad surprised me with two raw Sheep heads! Story was he spoke to a guy who recently had to euthanise a number of his flock when they were stricken with pneumonia, he gave dad these two, a Ram and a Ewe. I'm pretty sure, guessing by the size of the head (not the horns) that the one with the complete horns is the Ewe. The other looks too big and bulky to be a ewe. I've got them skinned down, tongue & eyes removed, brain... sorta removed, it was really difficult to budge. I'm ready to macerate them but I remember sheep horns being a different level to cow (or in my case, buffalo) horns? Since I don't want to damage them I tried searching for a method here to deal with them, but many of the threats didn't discuss sheep particularly (unless they were restoring colour/reattaching horns?). What I did find suggests the bag method. Can I pop these into maceration anyway at a lower temp and monitor closely or should I try and sweat the horns off first??