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1.    True or False: Sebrights come in Black Laced Lemon. (True)

2.    True or False: MG stands for Mycoplasma Gallifunitis. (False, It is Mycoplasma Galliceptum)

3.    True or False: Orpingtons originated in England. (True)

4.    True or False: A Black Hamburg has a Dark Slate beak. (False, they have Black beaks)

5.    Cubalaya Hens should weigh ___ __.    A.  26 oz.    B.  4 lb.   C.  20 lb.   (B.  4 lb.)

6.    The 3 breeds in the Game Bantam Class are _______ _____, ______ ______ _____, & _______ _____.   A.    African Game, Old English Game, and Asian Game   B.  Modern Game, Old American Game, and English Game   C.  American Game, Old English Game, and Modern Game   (C.  American Game, Old English Game, and Modern Game)

7.    Orpingtons don't come in ________.   A.  Maple   B.  Chocolate   C.  Lavender   (A.  Maple)

8.    RIR stands for _____ ________ _____.   A.  Rhode Island Road   B.  Red Ink Residue   C.  Rhode Island Red   (C.  Rhode Island Red)

9.    The Standard Weight of a Sebright Cockerel is ___ oz. (20)

10. The Standard Weight of a Dutch Pullet is ___ oz. (18)

11. The Standard Weight of a Bronze Old Tom is ___ lb. (36)

12.    The Standard Weight of a Call Old Duck is ____ oz. (20)

13. Which Duck Breed does not distinguish sex with drake feathers? (Muscovy)

14. How long does it take for a Mallard Duck egg to hatch? (27 days)

15.  How long does it take for a Muscovy Duck egg to hatch? (35 days)

16. Can Call Ducks Fly? (Yes, all bantam ducks can fly)

17. Can Turkeys Fly? (Wild Turkeys can, Domesticated Turkeys can't)

18. Can Chickens Fly? (They can fly a little bit, but some chickens can fly better than others. The world record according to the International Chicken Flying Association was 542 ft. 9 in. as of 2009, but that was not average)

19.  Which U. S. State has the Blue Hen as their state bird? (Delaware)

20.  Are Japanese Bantams True Bantams? (Yes)


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