Dave Kennard

Dave Kennard

Posted on 02/16/2010


Photo taken on July 14, 2009



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Rooster at Acton Scott Historic Working Farm

Rooster at Acton Scott Historic Working Farm
A rooster pecks around a pile of straw manure on the Victorian working farm at Acton Scott, in Shropshire, UK.

Adult chickens have a fleshy crest on their heads called a comb or cockscomb, and hanging flaps of skin either side under their beaks called wattles. Both the adult male and female have wattles and combs, but in most breeds these are more prominent in males. (Wikipedia)

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