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1.      How many eyelids does a chicken have? (3)

2.      What are the 4 poultry diseases that are tested for during a N.P.I.P inspection? (Pullorum, Avian Influenza (Bird Flu), M. Galliseptum, and M. Synoviae)

3.      Can M. Galliseptum & M. Synoviae be passed from hen to egg? (Yes)

4.      What does the "M" stand for in M. Galliseptum & Synoviae? (Mycoplasma)

5.      Do chickens have tongues? (Yes)

6.      Is the American Standard of Perfection by the ABA or APA? (APA)

7.      Chickens eat with their _____. (Beaks)

8.      True or False: Marek's Disease has a cure. (False)

9.      Is Wazine used for Mites, Worms, or just for a Nutrient Boost? (Worms)

10.  Which disease is the most likely if most of the birds affected only have 1 eye swollen, watery, & bubbly? (Coryza)

11.   If you see thick white bubbles in a Cornish's eyes is that a problem? (No, due to their narrow heads & small sinuses)

12.  How many Primary Flight Feathers should a chicken have? (10, but be sure not to count the axiel feather!)

13.  How many Main Tail Feathers should a female chicken have? (7)

14.  Are male & female Muscovy Ducks the same size? (No, the females are much smaller)

15.  If your chicken has worms, they live in your chickens __________. (Intestines)

16.  How many breeds of Turkeys are recognized by the American Standard of Perfection, & what are they? (8 & Beltsville Small White, Black, Bourbon Red, Bronze, Narragansett, Royal Palm, Slate, & White Holland)

17.  How many breeds of Geese are recognized by the American Standard of Perfection, & what are they? (12 & African, Embden, Toulouse, American Buff, Pilgrim, Saddleback Pomeranian, Sebastopol, Canada, Chinese, Egyptian, and Tufted Roman)

18.  How many breeds of Guineas are recognized by the American Standard of Perfection, & what are they? (3 & Lavender, White, & Pearl)

19.  How many types of Game Bantams are there? (Old English, Modern, & American)

20.  Can Chickens eat chocolate? (No)       


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