June Trivia Answers

1.     Sebrights are ___-Feathered.  (Hen)

2. True or False:  There are Green varieties of chickens. (True, Green Junglefowl & Green Legbars)

3. Do Polish have beards? (Sometimes they do, Sometimes they don't!)

4. Red Shoulder Yokohamas were admitted to the APA American Standard of Perfection in the year ____. (1981)

5. The Class Continental, is separated into 3 Subclasses. What are they? (North European, Polish, & French)

6.     Are there Large Fowl Old English Games? (Yes)

7.     Do Polish have Crests? (Yes)

8. Which Comb do Anconas have (It depends! Sometimes SC, sometimes RC)

9.   True or False:  All Old English Game Males, LF & BTM,  must have their combs dubbed to go to a show. (False, only Cocks, NOT Cockerels)

10.    Are Faverolles True Bantams? (No)

11.  Mr. _____ was the creator of the Lamona Chicken. (Lamon)

12.  The 4 varieties of Orpingtons in the APA 2011 American Standard of Perfection? (Black, Blue, Buff, White)

13.    Cubalaya Bantam Pullets are __ ounces. (20)

14.  Are there Golden Laced Wyandotte Bantams? (Yes)

15.   Are there Pastel Call Ducks? (Yes)

16.    Do Sebastopol Geese only come in White? (No)

17.    True or False: Polish have Walnut combs. (False)

18.   The 3 varieties of Guineas in the APA 2011 American Standard of Perfection are _____, _____, & ________. (White, Pearl, & Lavender)

19.   True or False: Leghorns are in the Mediterranean class. (True)

20.   True or False: Brahmas come in Black. (True)


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