The prevalent Jersey breed, Holstein cattle, Highland cattle, and Kerry dairy cattle are some breeds of cows with horned females. Every breed with horns would be included in a comprehensive list of breeds with horned females. In all cow breeds with horns, both sexes have horns.
The presence or absence of a specific gene in cows determines whether they have horns, not their gender. Males and females are both impacted by the polled gene, commonly known as the hornless gene. Many horned breeds also have hornless strains because the hornless gene predominates over the horn gene.