The Chicken Quiz:A Fun Way To Learn And Test Your Knowledge On Chicken

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  1. Louieandthecrew

    Louieandthecrew I am actually a female!

    Ready to test your knowledge? Heres your chance! This is a quiz solely about chickens. Answer the questions on a seperate post and let everyone see how you did. Once you know if you were right or not, go back and write TRUE or FALSE next to each correct or incorrect answer so that all of those chicken newbies can learn while they play! Ready?

    1. How many days is the normal chick in its egg before it hatches?
    2. How hot should the incubator be?
    3. Without a heat lamp, how many chicks cuddled together using their own body heat for warpth would it take to keep them alive?
    4. At what age can you take:
    A. A meat bird
    B. A dual-purpose bird
    C. A average laying bird
    out from under the heat lamp and into the coop?
    5. How old does a pullet have to be to be considered a Hen?
    6. How old does a cockerel have to be to be considered a Rooster?
    7. How old is the average laying pullet when she starts to lay?
    8. How old is the average meat bird before they are ready for slaughter?
    9. How long does the average laying hen cease in laying?
    10. How long can chickens live?

    BONUS: ``~The Bonus Section Is The Part Of This Quiz Where You Have A Chance To Ask Your Own Question!~``


    Now, just answer the questions as best you can!
     
  2. 44Wolves

    44Wolves Here is Your New Title

    Jun 28, 2009
    1. How many days is the normal chick in its egg before it hatches? 21 Days?
    2. How hot should the incubator be?99 Degrees F
    3. Without a heat lamp, how many chicks cuddled together using their own body heat for warpth would it take to keep them alive?3
    4. At what age can you take:
    A. A meat bird2 Months?
    B. A dual-purpose bird3 Months
    C. A average laying bird2 Months?
    out from under the heat lamp and into the coop?
    5. How old does a pullet have to be to be considered a Hen?60 Days
    6. How old does a cockerel have to be to be considered a Rooster?80 Days?
    7. How old is the average laying pullet when she starts to lay?16 Months?
    8. How old is the average meat bird before they are ready for slaughter? [​IMG] [​IMG]
    9. How long does the average laying hen cease in laying?2 1/2 yrs?
    10. How long can chickens live?up to 15 yrs
    [​IMG]
     
  3. ChickLover98

    ChickLover98 The Chicken Princess

    Apr 24, 2010
    Pennsylvania
    1. How many days is the normal chick in its egg before it hatches? 21 days
    2. How hot should the incubator be? 99.5 degrees F
    3. Without a heat lamp, how many chicks cuddled together using their own body heat for warpth would it take to keep them alive? 25
    4. At what age can you take:
    A. A meat bird When fully feathered
    B. A dual-purpose bird When fully feathered
    C. A average laying bird When fully feathered
    out from under a heat lamp? ALL DEPENDING ON TEMP OUTSIDE^^^^
    5. How old does a pullet have to be to be considered a Hen? At least one year
    6. How old does a cockerel have to be to be considered a Rooster? At least one year
    7. How old is the average laying pullet when she starts to lay? 3-4 months
    8. How old is the average meat bird before they are ready for slaughter? a few months to a year
    9. How long does the average laying hen cease in laying? During molt and when she gets old
    10. How long can chickens live? 4-6 years
     
    Last edited: Dec 30, 2010
  4. Louieandthecrew

    Louieandthecrew I am actually a female!

    [​IMG] Everyone is doing pretty good so far! I'll wait to have more people try before we start discussing right and wrong answers!
     
  5. Cats Critters

    Cats Critters Completely Indecisive

    1. How many days is the normal chick in its egg before it hatches? 21 days

    2. How hot should the incubator be? 99.5 degrees F

    3. Without a heat lamp, how many chicks cuddled together using their own body heat for warmth would it take to keep them alive? 30?

    4. At what age can you take:
    A. A meat bird
    B. A dual-purpose bird
    C. A average laying bird
    out from under the heat lamp and into the coop? Depends on your outside temps. You should be starting at about 95 degrees and decreasing 5 degrees per week. Or when they are fully feathered

    5. How old does a pullet have to be to be considered a Hen? One year

    6. How old does a cockerel have to be to be considered a Rooster? One year

    7. How old is the average laying pullet when she starts to lay? 20wks

    8. How old is the average meat bird before they are ready for slaughter? 8wks

    9. How long does the average laying hen cease in laying? 2 years for regular laying

    10. How long can chickens live?15-20 years
     
  6. Louieandthecrew

    Louieandthecrew I am actually a female!

    Quote:I love how detailed those answers are! [​IMG] Thank you!
     
  7. iluvsedward

    iluvsedward Overrun With Chickens

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    Calvert county MD
    1. How many days is the normal chick in its egg before it hatches?21
    2. How hot should the incubator be?100*
    3. Without a heat lamp, how many chicks cuddled together using their own body heat for warpth would it take to keep them alive?25?
    4. At what age can you take:
    A. A meat bird
    B. A dual-purpose bird
    C. A average laying bird
    out from under the heat lamp and into the coop?I wait till they are fully featherd if its not winter
    5. How old does a pullet have to be to be considered a Hen? 6 months?
    6. How old does a cockerel have to be to be considered a Rooster? 4 mnths?
    7. How old is the average laying pullet when she starts to lay? 6 months
    8. How old is the average meat bird before they are ready for slaughter? 8 weeks
    9. How long does the average laying hen cease in laying?any amount of time?
    10. How long can chickens live? 10 yrs.?
     
  8. Louieandthecrew

    Louieandthecrew I am actually a female!

    Gooooooood job [​IMG] Thank you very much!
     
  9. Cat Water

    Cat Water That Person

    Jul 4, 2010
    Mid Coast Maine
    Quote:I didn't look at other people's posts before I answered the questions
    1. 21 days
    2. 97.5* F
    3. 50?
    4. a. 3 weeks
    b. 6 weeks
    c. 6 weeks
    5+6. 1 year
    7. 17 weeks
    8. 6 weeks
    9. 1 month
    10. 25 years
     
  10. Louieandthecrew

    Louieandthecrew I am actually a female!

    Quote:I didn't look at other people's posts before I answered the questions
    1. 21 days
    2. 97.5* F
    3. 50?
    4. a. 3 weeks
    b. 6 weeks
    c. 6 weeks
    5+6. 1 year
    7. 17 weeks
    8. 6 weeks
    9. 1 month
    10. 25 years

    [​IMG] Keep 'em comin'!
     

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