Does anyone know squirrel tail genetics? Like is it dominant or possessive and how does it translate into offspring? Is it easy to breed out? And at what age can you tell whether or not a chicken has it? A judge at a chicken show had made a note on the cage about squirrel tail on a few of my birds, but I wasn't disqualified from the show even though it says in the Standard of Perfection that in most breeds it's a disqualification. Was that because they didn't know for sure what angle it was? I've heard that specifically squirrel tail is a tail angle over 90 degrees, but I know for a fact that at least one of the birds in that instance does not have that high of a tail angle.