American Class March 28, 2020 apaeducation Welcome to your American Class quiz. Name Email Rhode Island WhiteAccording to the Standard of Perfection, what is/are the acceptable comb(s) for the Rhode Island White? rose comb single or rose comb single comb pea comb cushion combBuckeyeWhat is the color description for the undercolor of a Buckeye? Deep buff Any color is acceptable as long as it is not visible Red all the way to the skin Red except for back which should show a bar of slate Black is permissibleDelawareWhat is the proper description for back length? Short in Appearance Rather Long Moderately Long Medium Length Rather ShortRhode Island WhiteWhat year was the Rhode Island White admitted to the APA Standard of Perfection? 1922 1945 1905 1953 1937DelawareWhat is the standard eye color? Red Reddish Bay Pearl Black Dark brown BlueDominiqueWhich comb type(s) are allowed in Dominiques Single Comb Both Rose and Cushion Comb Cushion Comb Both Rose and Single Combs Rose CombLamonaWhich is not a disqualification for Lamonas? Split Wings Ear-lobes more than 1/3 white. Shanks other than yellow Legs that are medium short. Fifth toeDelawareWhat Color of Legs, Shanks and Toes should the Delaware have? Willow Slate White Black YellowLamonaWhat are the proper tail angles? None of these answers are correct Males - 40 degrees & Females - 40 degrees Males - 45 degrees & Females - 45 degrees Males - 45 degrees & Females - 40 degrees Males - 50 degrees & Females - 45 degreesLamonaThe breeds used in creating the Lamona? White Orpington, White Plymouth Rock & White Leghorn White Dorking, White Wyandotte & White Leghorn Silver-Gray Dorking, White Plymouth Rock & White Leghorn Silver-Gray Dorking, White Plymouth Rock & White Wyandotte White Dorking, White Plymouth Rock & White WyandotteRhode Island WhiteWhat are the desired weights for Rhode Island White cock and hen? Cock - 9 ½ lbs. Hen - 8 lbs. Cock - 9 lbs. Hen - 7 ½ lbs. Cock – 9 lbs. Hen – 7 lbs. Cock - 8 lbs. Hen - 6 lbs Cock - 8 ½ lbs. Hen – 6 ½ lbs.New HampshireWhat best describes the plumage feather character? Loose fitting feathers, giving a full appearance Broad firm structure, overlapping well and fitting tightly to body Tightly feathered, with moderate fluff Short feathered, fitting tightly to body None of these are correctChanteclerChanteclers have what shaped back? long, broad its entire length, straight, declining to tail long, broad its entire length, curving sharply into tail medium length, broad, sloping gracefully into tail rather long, broad, nearly horizontal with a short sweep to tail rather long, broad throughout its length, sloping slightly downward to base of tail ChanteclerThe female's have a tail angle of: 45 degrees 30 degrees 20 degrees 40 degrees 25 degreesBuckeyeWhat breed was not used in creating the Large Fowl Buckeye? Black Breasted Red Game Dark Cornish Barred Plymouth Rock Rhode Island Red Buff CochinPlymouth RockAll APA recognized varieties of the Plymouth Rock will Vary in size according to variety Have multiple breed standards due to feather color/ pattern descriptions Have different combs according to variety Have one standard with descriptions of feather color/ patterns Have the same leg colorLamonaProper eye color of the Lamona? Green Yellow Reddish Bay Blue WhiteBuckeyeWhat are the Standard weights for a Buckeye cock and hen? 8-1/2 lbs and 6 lbs 9 lbs and 6-1/2 lbs 8 lbs and 7 lbs 9-1/2 lbs and 6 lbs 8-1/2 lbs and 7 lbsPlymouth RockThe Plymouth Rock has economic qualities as a dual purpose breed. What is meant by a dual purpose breed? Free Ranging and organic Looks and demeanor Production of white and dark meat Production of eggs and meat Eating and pooping machinesBuckeyeWhat year was the Buckeye admitted to the APA Standard of Perfection? 1910 1902 1905 1904 1903Rhode Island RedsWings in both sexes is described as; medium in size and carried horizontally. rather large in size and carried horizontally. large in size and carried with just above the thighs. medium in size and carried with a slight downward angle small in size and carried horizontally.BuckeyeWhat type of comb does a Buckeye have? Rose comb Cushion comb Single comb Pea comb Walnut combChanteclerThe breed was originated where? Paris School of Agriculture Missouri School of Agriculture Quebec Agricultural College Stoors Experiment Station Oka Agricultural InstituteNew HampshireWhat is the proper hackle color of New Hampshire males? Golden Bay Bay Burnt Umber Golden Yellow RedDelawareA hen’s standard weight is: 7 1/2 lbs 6 lbs 8 lbs 7 lbs 6 1/2 lbsRhode Island RedsA line of red pigment down the side of the shank and extending to tips of toes is desirable; only in newly hatched chicks In males In neither sex. In both sexes. In femalesRhode Island WhiteThe tail angle of a Rhode Island White female should be: 15⁰ above horizontal 30⁰ above horizontal 20⁰ above horizontal 10⁰above horizontal 45⁰ above horizontalPlymouth RockAll Plymouth Rock varieties are judged with the same standard in mind with the exception of feather color. In the Barred variety, an entry has one solid black primary or secondary on the wing or in the main tail feathers Faking the color will fix it. It is a defect if the black feather is in the wing, but a disqualification if it is a main tail feather. Not a disqualification until there are two or more solid black feathers Any black feathers are a disqualification An off colored feather is not desired, but is not a defect.Plymouth RockWhat is the standard weight of a Partridge Plymouth Rock pullet just under a year of age? 6 1/2 lbs 7 lbs 7 1/2 lbs 5 1/2 lbs 6 lbsChanteclerWhat type of comb does a Chantecler have? pea single strawberry cushion walnutNew HampshireWhat is the proper eye color? Green Blue White Yellow Reddish BayNew HampshireA Rhode Island Red cock weighs 8 1/2 pounds. How much does a New Hampshire cock weigh? 8 pounds 9 pounds 7 pounds 8 1/2 pounds 7 1/2 poundsRhode Island RedsThe general plumage color for both males and females is described as; lustrous, dark, rich red in all sections. Males, lustrous, rich dark red; females are to be slightly lighter in surface color. None of these answers medium red, evenly colored throughout. lustrous rich dark red in all sections, except where black is specified.Rhode Island RedsIn both males and females the back carriage is described as; horizontal in males, slightly concave in females. Carried horizontally, blending into tail Slightly concave, sloping upwards to the tail Carried with a downward angle, more so in males than females. Carried with a slight upwards angle from the neck to the tail.ChanteclerWhat size wattles should a Chantecler have? large medium in length somewhat small very small moderately largeRhode Island WhiteThough the Rhode Island White and Rhode Island Red share a common body shape & state of origin, they were admitted to the Standard of Perfection as two different and distinct breeds. One reason for this is because the breeds used in the development of Rhode Island White are different than those used for the RIR. What 3 breeds were used in creating the Rhode Island White breed? White Wyandotte, White Cochin, White Leghorn White Leghorn, White Cochin, Black Breasted Red Mayla Rose Comb White Leghorn, White Wyandotte, Barred Plymouth Rock Partridge Cochin, White Wyandotte, Rose Comb White Leghorn White Plymouth Rock, White Wyandotte, Rhode Island RedPlymouth RockHow many large fowl varieties are recognized by the American Poultry Association? 5 – Buff, White, Barred, Columbian, Partridge 7 – Barred, White, Buff , Silver Pencilled, Partridge, Columbian, Blue 8 – Partridge, Buff, Blue, Barred, White, Silver Pencilled, Golden Pencilled, Partridge, Columbian None of these answers are correct 6 – Columbian, Buff, Barred, White, Silver Pencilled, PartridgeRhode Island RedsThe main tail feathers in females should be; the same color as the body. black with no sheen. The top two feathers may be edged with dark red. black shading to rich dark red near the skin. black with red tips and shading to red near the skin. lustrous, greenish black the two top feathers may be edged with dark red.LamonaThe proper description of the back is: Long, broad, level and flat to break of tail. Medium in length, straight, declining to tail. Medium length, level and flat to break of tail with profuse saddle feathers. Medium in length, level and flat to break of tail. Long, broad, straight, declining slightly to tail.DelawareThe proper tail angle is: 45 degrees above horizontal 50 degrees above horizontal 40 degrees above horizontal 60 degrees above horizontal 65 degrees above horizontalNew HampshireWhich best describes the New Hampshire’s body? Medium length, broad, deep Somewhat long, broad throughout the length of the body None of these answers are completely correct Long body, broad, deep Moderately long, square at shoulders, tapering to tailDominiqueWhich breed most closely resembles the Dominique in type? Plymouth Rock Catalana Hamburg Dorking Scots DumpyTime is Up!