Continental Class March 28, 2020 apaeducation Welcome to your Continental Class Name Email CrevecoeurWhich is correct description of beard characteristics of Crevecoeur? Light fluffy beard limited to area below beak. Short dense beard. No beard. Full, thick extending to back of eyes. Short dense, with lighter coloring.HamburgThe Hamburg back is described as: medium in length moderate in length with no flat area moderate in length, with concave sweep from hackle to rear of saddle medium in length, flat at shoulders, sloping gracefully up towards the rear of the saddle long in length with a concave sweepMaransWhich is a disqualification of a Marans? white ear lobes All of these are disqualifications yellow legs or toes absence of feathers on shanks pearl or black eyesCampineWhich is not a disqualification of the Campine breed? Mossy barring Pointed Saddle Feathers Red covering more than one half of face White in face of cockerel Long Curved Sickle FeathersMaransThere are four APA approved Marans varieties. Name them. Buff, Black Copper, Wheaten, White Black Copper, Wheaten, White, Black Blue Red, White, Black, Black Copper White, Black Copper, Wheaten, Silver Pencilled Wheaten, Black, Buff, Black CopperFaverollesWhat combs are allowed in Faverolles? Single comb only Cushion comb Single combs and rose combs Pea comb Any comb type, as long as it is a Standard typeFaverollesWhat varieties are recognized? Bearded Salmon & Non-Bearded Salmon Salmon & White Salmon, White & Black Salmon, White, Black & Blue None of these answers have a complete list of varieties.CampineWhat country boast the origins of the Campine? Switzerland Hungary Germany Netherlands BelgiumCampineWhat color of eggs does the Campine lay? White Cream Blue Brown SpeckledCrevecoeurWhat is correct coloring for shanks of Crevecoeur? yellow dark green black dark gray dark leaden blueMaransWhat is the undercolor of a wheaten male? White throughout the body Grey. White in the hackles and saddle Black, a shade lighter in the hackles and saddle Light slate. Very light in the hackles and saddle Straw throughout the bodyHamburgThe Hamburg comb is described as: Same in both sexes - Rose; medium in size,covered in small points terminating in a long spike that is carried horizontal Same in both sexes - Rose; medium in size, not so large as to overhang the eyes or beak. Male - Rose, medium in size, slightly convex, Female - Rose, small in size, relatively flat. Both covered in small points Male - Rose, large in size, Female - Rose, medium in size Male - Rose, medium-large in size. Female - Rose, small in size, not so large as to overhand the eyes or beak.FaverollesThe Faverolles feet are unique because they have: Clean leg and 4 toes Feathered feet and 5 toes Feathered feet and 4 toes Feathered feet, vulture hocks, multiple spurs and 5 toes Clean leg and 5 toesCrevecoeurWhich bird should be disqualified as pertaining to feather coloring None of these should be disqualified. A five year old hen with multiple white feathers in Crest. A one year old cock with dark gray fluff. A two year old cock with single white tipped wing feather measuring less than 1inch. A cockerel with a full beardHamburgWhich is not true? All 6 varieities were admitted to the Standard in 1874 The Black variety evolved in England Both Spangled Hamburgs originated in Holland The breed is Dutch in origin The Pencilled varieties came from Holland via Hamburg, GermanyCrevecoeurWhat is correct angle for tail carriage on Crevecoeur? 30 degree Tail carriage not important. 60 degree 45 degree Past 90 degreeHamburgThe secondaries of the Golden Spangled Hamburg are described as: Deep Mahagony, each feather ending with a lustrous, greenish black, crescent-shaped spangle, gradually increasing into a V-shaped spangle as it approaches the back. Deep Mahogany on the outer web, darker on the inner web, each feather ending with a lustrous greenish black, crescent-shaped spangle. Golden bay, each feather ending with a lustrous, greenish black, crescent-shaped spangle, gradually increasing into a V-shaped spangle as it approaches the back. Golden bay with every other feather ending with a lustrous, greenish black, crescent-shaped spangle. Golden bay on the outer web, darker on the inner web, each feather ending with a lustrous greenish black, crescent-shaped spangle.FaverollesWhere did the Faverolles originate? Holland, around 1850 United States, around 1850 Their origins are unknown. France, around 1860 Germany, around 1860CampineWhat color of eye does the standard call for the Campine? Dark Brown Reddish Bay Bright Red Light Brown Deep RedHamburgHow long should a hamburgs wings extend? medium long, just past the stern tapering convexly to stern even with stern just short of the stern None of these are correctCrevecoeurWhat is correct shape for Crevecoeur hens comb? Large V shape. V shape almost hidden by crest Straight comb small with 5 points No definite shape Pea combCampineWhat Varieties of Campine are recognized by the Standard? Bronze, Silver Golden Pencilled, Silver Pencilled Gold, Silver Golden Laced, Silver Laced Golden Spangled, Silver SpangledMaransA Marans plumage should be: Short feathered and tight Soft, full and well defined Full and abundant. Moderately tight and smooth Soft and smoothFaverollesWhere did the name originate? There is no documentation on where the name originated. From the buff colored pastry Faverolles de Savroureax From the village Faverolles, France. From Lady Faverolles From merging the name of two old breeds used to create them. The Favenstein de Marc and the Rolles duPre.MaransWhat is the standard weight for a Marans cockbird? 8 lbs 7 1/2 lbs 6 1/2 lbs 8 1/2 lbs 7 lbsTime is Up!