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What term is applied to the pendent growths at the sides and base of the beak of chickens?

Jonathan Shively says 2016-01-14 12:50:10 (CST)



Jerry, I have never known this answer as far as I know.


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flm878saskguy says 2016-01-14 13:46:35 (CST)



Are they called "wattles"?


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NoraWI says 2016-01-15 06:03:15 (CST)



Wattles. Which is why people of a certain age are said to develop wattles on their neck.


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JerryHicks says 2016-01-15 08:37:55 (CST)



Wattles.


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Jonathan Shively says 2016-01-15 13:50:12 (CST)



BUT, BUt, But, but, it didn't say neck, it said "beak". That is what got me, I kept for the life of me trying to think of something that grew out of the beak.


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