Single Comb Clean Leg March 28, 2020 apaeducation Welcome to your Single Comb Clean Leg Name Email Rhode Island RedA single Comb RI Red's comb is described in part as; medium in size, with the blade following the curve of the head. moderately large and having five well spaced points. moderately large with four well spaced points female with a lopped comb being a disqualification. coarse in texture.JapaneseThe Japanese beak should be: medium length and slightly curved short and slightly curved strong and well curved short and nicely curved medium length and straightJapaneseIn a gray Japanese female, the beak color should be: dusky yellow yellow shaded with dark horn yellow to yellow with horn yellow white shaded with dark hornCampineThe tail angle of the Campine male is? 50 degrees above horizontal 40 degrees above horizontal 45 degrees above horizontal 55 degrees above horizontal 60 degrees above horizontalCampineWhat is the standard undercolor of both varieties of Campine? Black Dusky Gray Slate White Same as plumange colorRhode Island RedThe beak in both sexes is described as; bright yellow. white reddish horn in color. clear yellow. A slight amount of reddish horn being acceptable in femalesCampineThe barring should be which shape? Irregular U shaped Slightly V-Shaped Parallel across the length of the feather Parallel across the width of the featherRhode Island RedA Red's eye color is described as; reddish bay deep yellow orangish bay bay yellowCampineIn which year were bantam Campines added to the Standard? 1960 1970 1990 2000 1980LamonaWhich is not correct when describing the Lamona Body Body is deep Body is long Body type is rectangular Fluff is smooth in surface and moderately developed. Body is broadRhode Island RedA Red's wing is described as the upper webs of the primary feathers being : black, edged in dull, dark red. lustorous red mostly black. black, with a narrow edging of rich dark red. None of these answersAustralorpWhich one of these is true? Large, round, free from folds and wrinkles Single comb, large size, Legs are set well apart, straight and short with toes moderately long and well spread. Short, stout beak. None are true.New HampshireWhat is the proper base color of the female's hackle. Red Medium chestnut red Orange Golden Bay Golden BuffJapaneseWhich shows the correct order of acceptance of these Japanese varieties? black tailed white, white, black, black tailed buff black tailed white, black, white, black tailed buff all were accepted in 1874 the first Standard. white, black tailed white, black tailed buff, black white, black tailed white, black, black tailed buffNew HampshireHow is the beak described? Strong, long, well curved Strong, short, regularly curved Medium, well curved Short, stout, well curved Strong, medium length, regularly curvedNew HampshireAlthough the New Hampshire large fowl is distinctly American in origin, the bantam was developed where? United States Great Britian Holland Germany FranceJapaneseHow many varieties are currently accepted by the APA? 5 7 9 10 13AustralorpThe foot pad on a Australorp should be what color? Pinkish/White Yellow White Black WillowAustralorpThe correct description of the back profile is: Slightly sloping downward from the shoulder to center of the back then rising with a distinct break at the base of the tail. Moderately flat, with a distinct break at the base of the tail. Slightly sloping downwards to a relatively flat back with a concave sweep to the tail. Moderatly flat, gradually rising in a graceful sweep to the tail. Slightly sloping downward from the shoulders to center of back, then rising in a gradually increasing concave sweep to the tail.LamonaWhich is true of the male Lamona bantam's tail? Medium in length held at 45 degrees. Broad feathers, well spread but overlapping Broad feathers, fairly close together Medium length with broad feathers. Held at 40 degrees.LamonaWhich statement is true? Ear-lobes should be white. Short legs are allowed but medium long legs are preferred. The Lamona bantam was admitted to the Standard in 1960 The Barred Lamona is larger than the White Lamona The Lamona was developed as a Bantam before Large FowlRhode Island RedA male Red's wattles are described as being. any size allowed as long as not wrinkled large in size rather large in size small in size medium in sizeLamonaThe proper characteristics of the wings would be: Small, held slightly above horizontal Medium, held slightly below horizontal Medium long, drooping slightly Large, well folded against body Large, drooping slightly, well folded against bodyCampineWhat is the spacing of the barring between the black and colored sections? 2:1 ratio Evenly spaced (1:1 ratio) Irregular spacing 4:1 ratio 3:1 ratioJapaneseJapanese male tail carriage should be: slightly behind the perpendicular sufficiently forward of the perpendicular held just above 60 degrees slightly forward of the perpendicular equal to the perpendicularAustralorpWhat is the correct eye color on a Australorp? Black Yellow Reddish Bay Dark Brown BlueNew HampshireWhat is the proper color of the legs and shanks? Rich yellow tinged with reddish horn Deep yellow with a dusky overtone. Yellow White Reddish-bayLamonaWhat color is the undercolor of the White Lamona Dusky White None of these answers are correct White lightly tinged with Grey GreyAustralorpThe Standard for the Bantams and the Large Fowl differ in what way? The bantams are allowed to have yellow on the bottoms of their feet. The tail angle on males is 5 degrees higher. There is one more variety of bantam than there is large fowl. They are the same except for the size of the birds. The tail angle on males is 5 degrees lower.New HampshireWhat are the proper markings on the lower hackle feathers of a New Hampshire female? No markings, should be solid colored None of these answers is correct Distinct black stripe on the shaft Distinctly tipped with black. Black base with rich chestnut tipsTime is Up!