Trivia Answers

  1. What is the smallest breed of chicken? (Serama)
  2. How many tail feathers should a female chicken have on one side? (7)
  3. A Sebright Bantam Pullet is ___ oz. (18)
  4. What is the medicine for Coccidiosis? (Corid)
  5. True or False: On crested breeds, mites like to hide in the crest. (True)
  6. Are Sussex Bantams supposed to be deep? (Yes)
  7. Do Australorps come in White? (Yes, but mostly in Australia. They come in Blue too!)
  8. On Australorps, the highest point of the tail should be lined up with the _________. (Wattles)
  9. With Wyandotte Bantams, the shape of the back should look like a       a. V  b. U c. L  (V)
  10. What color should Sebright eyes be? (Brown)
  11. Do Toulouse Geese have Dewlaps? (Yes)
  12. Are Silkies the only Breed with Silky feathers? (No, also Silkie Seramas)
  13. Can Hens crow? (Yes, but mostly when they are really old)
  14. “Showgirl” Bantams are a mixture of _______ _______ & _________. (Naked Necks & Silkies)
  15. There are __ breeds in the English Class. (6)
  16. There are __ Chicken Classes (11)
  17. Yokohamas come in ____ ___________ & _______. (Red Shoulder & White)
  18. Do Marans always have Feather Feet? (No)
  19. On which breed is Squirrel Tail not a Disqualification? (Japanese Bantams)
  20. Should Sebrights have Gypsy on their combs? (Yes)


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