Definition of polled in English:

polled

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Pronunciation: /pəʊld
 
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adjective

  • (Of cattle, sheep, or goats) lacking horns, either naturally or because they have been removed: the polled variety now has its own register check whether the kids are horned or polled
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    • Hornless polled cattle may also have become more numerous through a similar selection process - their priority for selection for a Viking voyage to the British Isles is obvious.
    • Now we either remove the horns early or rear polled breeds.
    • Thus, there is an economic incentive to dehorn horned calves or to raise polled calves.

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