- 1.4 metre(s)
- India (Pragpur)
The longest bull horns each measured 1.4 m (4 ft 7 in) long and had a circumference of 0.79 m (2 ft 7 in) on 21 August 2002. They belonged to the bull, Gopal, who is owned by the animal protection centre, Bhagvan Mahavir Pashu Raksha Kendra Anchorwala Ahinsa Dham, on Pragpur road, Gujarat, India.
The horns were removed surgically on 21 August 2002 as they were affecting the health of the bull.
This is based on the length of the horns.