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goat horns

Discussion in 'Beginners' started by Boomer, Apr 2, 2008.

  1. Boomer

    Boomer New Member

    I have a spanish goat that i am working on and I havesoaked it for over a month and then I put it in a balck trash bag out in the sun for two weeks and opened it today and they are not even loose what do it do
  2. if its horn are long and curl much they wont slip. about 2/3 of the horn has bone in it if they have any large bends in them then you wont get them off.

  3. I have a spanish goat also. It's one of those side projects that just keeps getting pushed to side over and over again. Which mannikin did you choose to go with? I'm still up in the air about whether to just do a straight pose or turned.
  4. uphill

    uphill New Member

    What vI do is cut the horns apart and cook them and they have always come off. I just take them out from time to time and tie it off with a rope and pull on them. They do come off with time. I can get them off in a few hours