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Forgive me if anyone has posted something similar before, but after reading a couple different posts I thought this might be helpful.

Pictures of a chicken's anatomy

Interior view:
http://i180.photobucket.com/albums/x301/eggcetra_farms/chicken_anatomy.jpg

Exterior view (not that great a picture, hopefully you can tell what it says):
http://i180.photobucket.com/albums/x301/eggcetra_farms/exterior_chicken_anatomy.gif

If anyone has any other useful items, post them.  I just thought this is good basic info.  I'll look for any other helpful pictures.

Ok, the second picture came out smaller than what it showed in the preview, so if you'd like to see a larger version please visit http://www.blackforestpoultry.com/howto.html and go about 1/3 down the page.  There are also other pictures that may be of use on the site.


Edited by eggcetra_farms - 7/11/07 at 9:14pm
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Here is the link to my collected illustrations:
http://dlhunicorn.conforums.com/index.cgi?board=photos&action=display&num=1158071735

and here the skeletal system:
http://137.222.110.150/calnet/chickenskele/chickenskele.htm

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http://www.thenautilus.it/Catalogo%20Naturalia/Modello%20gallina/s_gallina1.JPG Not labeled or anything, but hopefully it helps. tongue

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Thanks this was exactly what i was looking for:P

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Very informative thank you.

I've been reading a lot about different comb types but I don't know what they all look like.  Is there a thread or site somewhere that has examples of them all?

Karen

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We only have Large Fowl: Light Brahma, Barred Rock,  NHR, Black Sex Link, EE, Light Brahma x Barred Rock (F1) Columbian Rocks
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We only have Large Fowl: Light Brahma, Barred Rock,  NHR, Black Sex Link, EE, Light Brahma x Barred Rock (F1) Columbian Rocks
2 Rottweilers, 1 newfie cross!  Exotic Aviary, & Betta Fish. http://rtpoultrynthings.weebly.com/   http://www.facebook.com/RonnyTaylor
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Originally Posted by eggcetra_farms 

Forgive me if anyone has posted something similar before, but after reading a couple different posts I thought this might be helpful.

Pictures of a chicken's anatomy

Interior view:
http://i180.photobucket.com/albums/x301/eggcetra_farms/chicken_anatomy.jpg

Exterior view (not that great a picture, hopefully you can tell what it says):
http://i180.photobucket.com/albums/x301/eggcetra_farms/exterior_chicken_anatomy.gif

If anyone has any other useful items, post them.  I just thought this is good basic info.  I'll look for any other helpful pictures.

Ok, the second picture came out smaller than what it showed in the preview, so if you'd like to see a larger version please visit http://www.blackforestpoultry.com/howto.html and go about 1/3 down the page.  There are also other pictures that may be of use on the site.


really cool!

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A lot of the links no longer work.  How about checking them out and updating them.

Mama hen to 3 Australorps, 1 White Rock, 3 Buff Orpingtons, 1 Rhode Island Red, 1 black mutt named Monkey, 2 black and white mutts born 4/20/09, a white and black hen (Snowbird) born in the summer of '09, another white and black roo and his girlfriend Little Red both born in the spring of '10 and, lastly, Fluffy and Monkey Face were born in Sept. '10.
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Mama hen to 3 Australorps, 1 White Rock, 3 Buff Orpingtons, 1 Rhode Island Red, 1 black mutt named Monkey, 2 black and white mutts born 4/20/09, a white and black hen (Snowbird) born in the summer of '09, another white and black roo and his girlfriend Little Red both born in the spring of '10 and, lastly, Fluffy and Monkey Face were born in Sept. '10.
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injury/cure i put oyster shell flakes in my chicken feedf thismorning tonight i noticed swelling of upper right brest on one hen on closer inspection i noticed all my chickens had varying degrees of swelling same area.the swelling apperes to be an abundence of injested matter traped in o pocket eminating from behind the upper right brest,the"croop"orgizzard i suspect is cloged by the oyster shell.my bad.i am uncertain of the anatomical location of a chickens organs so im uncertain as to exactly what is cloged.but whatever the anatomy is called it  is definately protruding out from behind their {plural}brests on the reght side.is this possible?i need to know what to do    sincerly bradlee

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