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Farm Animals for Human Food

White Leghorn Chicken

White Leghorn Chicken


Rambouillet Sheep


What should the head of state know about animal farms inside and outside the state?
  1. Animal farming definition for human food in the state.

  2. Animal farming state government department.

  3. Animal farming statistics in the state.

  4. Biology

  5. Cattle

  6. Chicken

  7. Distribution of animal farm products for human food through the public distribution system.

  8. Fish Breeds

  9. Location of animal farms inside and outside the state.

  10. Occupations relevant to this state government department inside and outside the state.

  11. Research relevant to animal farms inside and outside the state.

  12. Sheep Breeds

  13. Types of animal farms required inside and outside the state.

Animal farming definition for human food in the state.
Is there a difference between zoology and animal farming?

What is the difference between zoology and animal farming?
Zoology is the study of all animal life.
There are more than 7.77 million animal species on Earth.
Animal farming focuses on 7-10 animals utilized for human food.
Animals’ raw materials can be utilized for wool from sheep or similar product making.

What is zoology?
Zoology is the study of animal life.

What is biology?
Biology is the study of living things and their vital processes.

What types of animals should you focus on?
Animals for human food as per culture and religion.

What animals are utilized for human food as per culture and religion?
You need to focus on animals that are useful to humans for food.

Animal farming state government department.

Animal farming department of state: What is it?
Animal farming department of state is a state government department.
Animal farming state government department is also known as animal husbandry department of state.

Distribution of animal farm products for human food through the public distribution system.

How do you proceed with the distribution of animal farm products for human food through the public distribution system?
Essential commodities act.
Essential services maintenance act.
Human rights must prevail.

Animal farming state government department.

Occupations relevant to this department inside and outside the state.

What is on the list of occupations relevant to this department inside and outside the state?
Your guide is the person authoring these guidelines, Doctor Asif Qureshi. I have to guide more than 600 professions.
Director of animal farming of the state.
Deputy director of animal farming of the state.
Deputy director (feed & fodder) of animal farming of the state.
Animal farm manager state government job.
Coordinator of animal farms state government department to other state government departments.
There are at least 200 job titles in animal farming state government department subordinate to the above entities.

Research relevant to animal farms inside and outside the state.

What is on the list, including date, dimensions, types of animals, and yearly number of animals from farms, for human food in the state?
How many more are required, including dimensions, types, and yearly number of animals from farms, for human food in the state?

Types of animal farms required inside and outside the state.

What types of animal farms should be established inside and outside the state for human food?
  1. Cow farms for milk and milk products

  2. Cattle farms for beef

  3. Duck farms for meat

  4. Chicken farms for eggs

  5. Chicken farms for chicken meat

  6. Sheep farms for mutton

  7. Sheep farms for wool and mutton

  8. Turkey farms for meat

  9. Goat farms

  10. Buffalo farms

  11. Fish farms {In English, we call them fish hatcheries, not fish farms}

  12. Export category from state animal farms as per requirements

Where is biology useful?
Health care, agriculture and food sciences, public health engineering, and aerospace engineering.

Human beings are studies under the pretext of medicine or health care.

What is Biology?
Biology is the study of living things and their vital processes. Because biology covers such a broad area, it has been traditional to separate the study of plants (botany) from that of animals (zoology), and the study of structure of organisms (morphology) from that of function (physiology). Despite their apparent differences, all the subdivisions are interrelated by basic principles, so current practice tends to investigate those biological phenomena that all living things have in common. The advancement of knowledge and technology has resulted in further categorizations that include, but are far from restricted to: cell biology, population biology, ecology, genetics, biochemistry, molecular biology, microbiology, and physical anthropology.

What is a living thing?
Living things are made of cells.
Living things obtain and use energy.
Living things grow and develop.
Living things reproduce.
Living things respond to their environment.

What are the five kingdoms into which living beings are divided? Which group of living being is out of this classification?
The five kingdoms of living beings are the kingdom Monera, the kingdom Protista, the kingdom Fungi, the kingdom Plantae and the kingdom Animalia.

  1. Kingdom Animalia

  2. Kingdom Fungi

  3. Kingdom Monera

  4. Kingdom Protista

  5. Kingdom Plantae
Viruses are out of this classification and sometimes they are said to belong to their own kingdom, the kingdom Virus.



Types of Organisms

Monera bacteria, blue-green algae (cyanobacteria), and spirochetes
Protista protozoans and algae of various types
Fungi funguses, molds, mushrooms, yeasts, mildews, and smuts
Plantae (plants) mosses, ferns, woody and non-woody flowering plants
Animalia (animals) sponges, worms, insects, fish, amphibians, reptiles, birds, and mammals

What are the categories for the classification of living organisms?
  1. Kingdom

  2. Phylum

  3. Class

  4. Order

  5. Family

  6. Genus

  7. Species

(KPCOFGS can be used as a mnemonic). Living organisms are classified, going from the broader to the more specific category, into kingdom, phylum, class, order, family, genus and species (KPCOFGS can be used as a mnemonic). Kingdom is the broadest category each following category is a subcategory of the previous one.

Which are the beings that constitute the kingdom Monera?
The kingdom Monera is the kingdom of the prokaryotes, composed of bacteria and archaebacteria.

Which are the beings that form the kingdom Protista?
The kingdom Protista comprises protozoans and algae.

Which are the beings that form the kingdom Fungi?
The kingdom Fungi is formed by fungi.

Which are the beings that form the kingdom Plantae? Are algae part of this kingdom?
The kingdom Plantae is composed of plants.
Algae are classified into the kingdom Protista and not into the kingdom Plantae (they are not plants).

Which are the beings that form the kingdom Animalia? What are the two big groups into which this kingdom is divided?
The kingdom Animalia is the animal kingdom. Commonly the kingdom Animalia is subdivided into invertebrates and vertebrates.

What are the nine phyla of the kingdom Animalia?
The nine phyla of the animal kingdom are: Porifera (poriferans), Cnidaria (cnidarians), Platyhelminthes (flatworms), Nematoda (roundworms), Annelida (annelids), Mollusca (molluscs), Arthropoda (arthropods), Echinodermata (echinoderms) and Chordata (chordates).

What are the two mains divisions of the chordate phylum?
Chordates are divided into protochordates (cephalochordates and urochordates) and vertebrates.

What are the differences between vertebrates and the other chordates?
Vertebrates are different because they have a spinal column (vertebral column). In these animals the notochord of the embryonic stage is substituted by the vertebral column in adults.

What are the five classes of vertebrates? To which of these do human beings belong?
The five classes of vertebrates are: fishes (osteichthyes and chondrichthyes), amphibians, reptiles, birds and mammals. Humans classify as mammals.

How do you find out the number of chromosomes of an animal?

Chicken farms for eggs
Chicken farms for chicken meat
Chicken farms for eggs

Chicken farms for chicken meat
6-Week-Olds: White Leghorn

Classification of Poultry
Kingdom : Animalia
Phylum : Chordata
Class : Aves
Sub-Class : Neornithes
Order : Galliformes
Family : Phasianidae
Subfamily : Phasianinae
Genus : Gallus
Species : G. gallus
Subspecies : G. g. domesticus
Scientific Name : Gallus gallus domesticus
Breeds and Varieties

The breeds and varieties of chickens are so numerous that it would be impossible to discuss all of them in detail at this time. However, a basic knowledge of how to identify and classify fowl may be helpful. Domestic fowl are divided into classes, breeds, and varieties.

Class: A grouping of breeds according to the geographic area of their origin or to similar characteristics.

Chicken originated from a certain place with same or similar characteristics are of same class. For example, Asiatic class, American class etc.

Breed: An established group of individuals with similar physical features (i.e., body shape or type, skin color, number of toes, feathered or non-feathered legs) that when mated with others of its own kind produce offspring that have the same characteristics. The Plymouth Rock breed is a good example.

Variety: A sub-division of a breed. Differentiating characteristics including plumage color and pattern, comb type, and the presence of beards or muffs. For example, the Plymouth Rock breed is available in many colors - Barred, White, Buff, Partridge, Silver Penciled, etc. In each, the physical shape and features are the same, but the feather color and pattern differ, which constitutes each as a separate variety.


Strain are made for a certain purpose by internal insemination of at least five generation. For example, star cross white, star cross brown, star brow etc.


Hybrid chicken are produced for increasing quality and production by inseminating with same or other breed strain. Hybrid chicken become more productive than their parents.

Layer Hybrid

Layer hybrid are made for producing more eggs by inseminating with same or other selected breeds.


Broiler are 6-8 weeks of aged chicken weights between 2-2.5 kg which are used for only meat production.

Growing Chicken

Chicken aged between 9-20 weeks of age are called growing chickens.

Classification According to Origin
According to origin the chicken are of four types.
◾Asiatic: Brahma, longson, cochin, asil etc.
◾English: Austrolorp, cornish, dorking, orpington etc.
◾Mediterranian: Leghorn, minorca, ancona, fayoumi etc.
◾American: Road island red, new hampshire, plymouth rock etc.
Classification On the Basis of Production

On the basis of production chicken are of three types.


Layer is for egg production. Some popular layer breeds are leghorn, minorca, ancona, fayoumi, isa brown, babycock, star cross, lohman etc.


Broiler chicken are only for meat production. Plymouth rock, cornish, sussex, dorking, cochin, brahma, asil, star brow, hi-line etc are popular broiler breeds.

Egg and Meat

This types of breed are used for the purpose of both egg and meat production. Road island red, new hampshire, plymouth rock etc. are popular breeds for both meat and egg production.

Leghorn chicken

Primary use: eggs
Egg production (annual): 280
Temperament: Nervous, Flighty
Recognized variety: Single Comb Red, Rose Comb Buff, MORE
Egg color: White
Origin: Tuscany

6-Week-Olds: White Leghorn

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Chicken farms for eggs

White Leghorn Chicken
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Chicken farms for chicken meat

White Leghorn Chicken
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Cow farms for milk and milk products

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Sheep farms for mutton

Rambouillet Sheep
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Cattle farms for beef

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Crucian carp
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Farm Animals
Cattle Feed Supplements

Cattle Feed, Animal Feed, Animal Feeding Stuffs, Fodder
Fisheries science

Trout, Carp Fish, Striped bass, Gulf menhaden, Cat Fish, Koi
    What is a living thing?
    What is an animal?
    What is a plant?
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    Where is biology useful?
    What is Biology?
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Classification of Animals
Reptiles & Amphibians
Sea Animals

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Cattle Feed Supplements

Cattle Feed, Animal Feed, Animal Feeding Stuffs, Fodder
Processed Food & Snacks-Project report

Canned Food, Canned Fish, Snacks, Soup, Soup Concentrate, Soup Powder, Porridge, Potato Wafers, Processed Chicken, Processed Foods, Processed Seafoods, Processed Snacks, Fish & Sea Food, Frozen Fish, Frozen Meat, Frozen Shrimps.
Marine Food Supplies-Project report

Dried Beche-de-mer, Dry Fish, Aqua Foods, Marine Food, Marine Products, Sea Cucumber, Sea Food, Shrimps, Prawns, Frozen Marine Products.
Meat & Poultry Food-Project report

Meat, Poultry Food, Egg, Livestock, Lyoners, Mortadella, Peppero, Frozen Meats.
World-Record Animals

A desire for responsibility
Confidence in your ability to succeed
Desire for immediate feedback
A high energy level
A need to accomplish goals
Strong organizational skills
A need for feelings of accomplishment and achievement
A high degree of commitment
A tolerance for uncertainty
The ability to be flexible
A desire to work hard
Total dedication to the business
A strong market demand for the product

Type of Product

One of the first considerations to make is what type of product will be produced such as a canned food, a baked good or a refrigerated product. Special food processing equipment, government registration and technical training are required to start a commercial canning facility. Regulations for producing a canned food item will differ depending on whether the product is low acid, acidified or acid.

Low-acid Foods: These foods — such as meat products, beans and corn — have a pH value (indicates acidity) greater than 4.6 and a water activity (aw) greater than 0.85 (measures free moisture in a food). At these levels the deadly clostridium botulinum microorganism could grow in foods that are improperly canned. They must be processed at proper temperatures under specified pressure in compliance with all Food and Drug Administration (FDA) regulations.

Acidified Foods: These products, such as pickled foods, have a water activity greater than 0.85 and have been acidified to a pH of less than 4.6 to prevent the growth of clostridium botulinum.

Acid Foods: These foods — such as fruits, jams and jellies — naturally have a pH below 4.6.


Entrepreneurs must be familiar with state and federal food regulations before starting a food business and must comply with the recommendation, for example South Carolina Food and Cosmetics Act. These regulations are available from the Consumer Services Division of the South Carolina Department of Agriculture, which is responsible for enforcing safe food manufacture and sale at the state level.

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Food may not be manufactured in the home for distribution. Food sold at the place of production is under the inspection of the local Public Health Department. Food manufactured for wholesale distribution is under the supervision of the South Carolina. Department of Agriculture and must have a label approved from this state agency. Once the processing facility is built, a representative from this agency will make an inspection before start-up.

In addition to state requirements, most specialty foods are subject to federal regulations and International because products cross state boundaries during distribution. The federal agencies responsible for food safety are the FDA. A food processing operation should be designed and operated in accordance with “Good Manufacturing Practices” (GMP) regulations, which are available from FDA offices. All food plants, except meat and poultry, are subject to inspection by FDA to ensure compliance with these regulations. Specialty foods containing meat or poultry ingredients fall under the jurisdiction of Deaprtment of Agriculture. Meat and poultry food plants should be constructed and operated according to the “Meat and Poultry Inspection Program” that can be obtained from the South Carolina Meat & Poultry Inspection Department.

There are specific GMP regulations for canned low-acid and acidified foods. Commercial food manufacturers are required to register each new product with the FDA and file a full description (called a scheduled process) of the processes to be employed in the manufacture of the product. Copies of these regulations, the registration form and the scheduled process form can be obtained from the FDA offices. In addition, the processor must report any instances of spoilage; must have an established product recall plan; must have all operators of thermal-processing systems trained by attending a “Better Process Control School” at an approved university; and must maintain complete records of plant operations.

Basics of Product Development

Idea Stage:

The following questions need to be answered:

Does the product satisfy a consumer need?
Is it unique?
Does it provide a new service to customers?
Do you have the production technology to develop the product?
Do you have the marketing skills to sell the product?
What products will it replace or compete against?

Development Stage: Food scientists are needed to solve shelf life and safety problems. They address questions such as: Will bacteria, mold, yeasts or pathogens be a concern?

Is the “browning reaction” (a chemical reaction between ingredients) a problem and, if so, can it be solved?

Is light a factor in product or quality deterioration? Can texture or mouth-feel be improved? Is rancidity a problem?

Taste Panel Stage: The taste panel stage should run concurrently with formula or recipe development. Using sensory evaluation test forms, an experienced panel should check quality parameters such as color, texture, appearance and flavor at various stages of product formulation to distinguish good from undesirable traits.

Consumer Sampling Stage: The consumer sampling stage is often neglected by food processors but can give valuable information about the product’s potential success. Actual sales after tasting reinforce the questionnaire. For instance, if 100 people say they will purchase but only five purchase the product, there may be some question about the truthfulness of the answers. Commercial demand for the product should be evaluated to determine if sufficient volume will be produced and sold to make the venture economically feasible.

Shelf-Life Stage: The shelf-life stage is extremely important because a processor must know how long a new product will keep under a variety of temperatures and other environmental conditions. Shelf-life loss may be due to chemical or microbial (bacteria, mold and yeast) spoilage. The studies are done by raising the temperature of the packaged product above normal storage conditions (110 to 120 °F). Although this is not as good as a prolonged shelf-life study at normal temperatures (75 to 80 °F), it does give some indication of product shelf life. Lot codes for recall and product liability are based on these studies.

Packaging Stage: This stage is especially important because the package often sells a new product. Consumers want colorful, attractive, conveniently packaged forms. Packaging should not impart flavor to the product or react chemically with the food. It should be lightweight, economical and resistant to tearing.

Production Stage: The production stage includes making plans for a production line to manufacture the product. Do not arrange a full-scale production line until after successfully test marketing a new product. Many entrepreneurs will have their products co-packed by an existing plant for test marketing. The production line should be set up according to a blueprint of its layout. Keep in mind drainage, ventilation, waste disposal, lighting, equipment size and flow, energy conservation, safety, sanitation, ease of cleaning, storage area, and compliance with government regulations.

Processing controls must be established to ensure consistent quality during production as set forth by product standards (specifications). Likewise, quality control procedures must be developed to determine if the standards are being met during production and to know when to take corrective action to prevent economic losses due to deviations and to ensure product safety.

Test Marketing Stage: The test marketing stage for processors involves introducing their new product into a limited area, such as a large metropolitan city. It is important to select a site with a population made up of many ethnic groups and income levels. If the product fails, another product can be tried. If the product succeeds, it is distributed in stages to progressively larger areas (statewide, regional, or in the case International demand, International only).

Commercialization Stage: The commercialization is the final step in determining the success or failure of a new product. Most food companies sell mainly to the institutional trade and if they sell to retail outlets, it is usually to privately owned stores or small chains. Larger chains will not take on a new food product unless the product is heavily advertised by the company. The buyer for a large chain must be convinced that the product is good and that advertising exists.


The success of any new specialty product depends on the quality of its flavor, color and texture, its stability under various storage conditions, and its safety. Often, additives may be needed to maintain or enhance product quality throughout and after processing. Additives should not be used to disguise faulty or inferior manufacturing processes or to conceal damage or spoilage. Only the minimum amount of an additive necessary to achieve desired results should be used.

Government regulatory agencies such as the FDA and Department of Agriculture closely monitor the use and levels of additives in food products. The safety of food additives is constantly being reviewed, so food processors must pay close attention to current regulatory statutes governing particular additives. Food Processing

Food preservation through processing is an extremely broad area in food science and methods include refrigeration, freezing, pasteurization, canning, fermentation, concentration, irradiation and dehydration.

Quality Control/Sanitation

Quality control is imperative to the successful development of any food product. Consumers perceive food safety as an integral component of food quality control. The food processor must establish a food safety program including in-process procedures that ensure consistent quality and meet product specifications. It is important to obtain product liability insurance for your protection.


Food packaging protects the food from the surrounding environment, thus preventing contamination, damage and deterioration. Today, convenience is a major factor in packaging. The food package also plays a crucial role in communication. In the marketing of new products, packaging conveys the nature of the food and directions for its use and it attracts and persuades the buyer. Color coordination, artistic design, ingredient labeling, portion size and safety all influence a consumer’s decision to buy.


Food labeling was originally designed by the government to protect consumers from fraud. Recent surveys indicate that consumers use labels to identify and avoid perceived health hazards rather than to seek and obtain benefits (does the product contain preservatives, fats, cholesterol?). A label consists of the “principal display panel,” used to attract consumers, and the “information panel,” placed immediately to the right of the principal display panel.

Information that is mandatory on food labels includes:

Statement of identity/product name
Net weight (in ounces and grams)
Name/address of manufacturer
Ingredient listing
Manufacturing code
Nutritional labeling (some exemptions apply)

Information that is voluntary but if included must be worded according to regulations includes:

Labeling for special dietary use

Optional information includes:
Universal product code
Open dating
Registered trademarks/symbols.

Coding Products

An integral part of quality control is a system for coding new food products. The product must be identifiable to the manufacturer by the year and day it was packed and by the batch number,

Any method of coding that is recognizable by the processor is acceptable. Alphabetical letters are often used to identify the month a product was packed. Dates are used to indicate the manufacture date. An example of a code is “24J0521, ” where “21” indicates the 21st day of the year; “J” is the month (January); “05” is the year packed (2005); “2” is the plant location; and “5” indicates the First hour of the shift. Accurate record keeping of these codes allows a manufacturer to trace the cause of consumer complaints, control distribution and inventory, ensure proper product rotation, and affect a recall if necessary.

Public Distribution System

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Cattle Breeds
  1. Africander

  2. Abovecontent

  3. Akaushi

  4. Alberes

  5. Alentejana

  6. Allmogekor

  7. American

  8. Americanwhitepark

  9. Amerifax

  10. Amritmahal

  11. Anatolianblack

  12. Andalusianblack

  13. Andalusiangrey

  14. Angeln

  15. Angus

  16. Ankole

  17. Ankolewatusi

  18. Argentine Criollo Cattle

  19. Asturianmountain

  20. Asturianvalley

  21. Aubrac

  22. Aulieata

  23. Australian Lowline

  24. Australianbraford

  25. Australianfriesiansahiwal

  26. Australianmilkingzebu

  27. Ayrshire

  28. Azaouak

  29. Bachaur

  30. Baladi

  31. Baltataromaneasca

  32. Barka

  33. Barzona

  34. Bazadais

  35. Bearnais

  36. Beefalo

  37. Beefmaker

  38. Beefmaster

  39. Belarusred

  40. Belgianblue

  41. Belgianred

  42. Belmontadaptaur

  43. Belmontred

  44. Belted Galloway

  45. Bengali

  46. Berrendas

  47. Bhagnari

  48. Blacksided Trondheim And Norland

  49. Blancacacerena

  50. Blancoorejinegro

  51. Blondedaquitaine

  52. Bonsmara

  53. Boran

  54. Bordelais

  55. Braford

  56. Brahman

  57. Brahmousin

  58. Brangus

  59. Braunvieh

  60. Britishwhite

  61. Brownswiss

  62. Busa

  63. Cachena

  64. Canadienne

  65. Canaryisland

  66. Canchim

  67. Carinthianblond

  68. Caucasian

  69. Channi

  70. Charbray

  71. Charolais

  72. Chianina

  73. Chinampo

  74. Chineseblackandwhite

  75. Cholistani

  76. Corriente

  77. Costeño Con Cuernos

  78. Dajal

  79. Damascus

  80. Damietta

  81. Dangi

  82. Danishjersey

  83. Danishred

  84. Deoni

  85. Devon

  86. Dexter

  87. Dhanni

  88. Djali

  89. Dolafe

  90. Droughtmaster

  91. Dulong

  92. Dutch Belted

  93. Dutchfriesian

  94. Eastanatolianred

  95. Enderbyisland

  96. Englishlonghorn

  97. Estonianred

  98. Evolene

  99. Fightingbull

  100. Finnish

  101. Fjall

  102. Florida Cracker

  103. Galician Blond

  104. Galloway

  105. Gaolao

  106. Gascon

  107. Gelb&Lim.Htm

  108. Gelbray

  109. Gelbvieh

  110. Germanangus

  111. Germanredpied

  112. Gir

  113. Glan

  114. Gloucester

  115. Gobra

  116. Greekshorthorn

  117. Greeksteppe

  118. Groninge

  119. Groningen

  120. Gudali

  121. Guernsey

  122. Guzerat

  123. Hallikar

  124. Hariana

  125. Harton

  126. Haysconverter

  127. Hereford

  128. Herens

  129. Highland

  130. Hinterwald

  131. Holandoargentino

  132. Holstein

  133. Horro

  134. Hungariangrey

  135. Icelandic

  136. Illawarra

  137. Indobrazilian

  138. Irishmoiled

  139. Israeliholstein

  140. Israelired

  141. Istoben

  142. Jamaicablack

  143. Jamaicahope

  144. Jamaicared

  145. Jaulan

  146. Jersey

  147. Kangayam

  148. Kankrej

  149. Karanfries

  150. Karanswiss

  151. Kazakh

  152. Kenwariya

  153. Kerry

  154. Kherigarh

  155. Khillari

  156. Kholmogory

  157. Kilis

  158. Krishnavalley

  159. Kurdi

  160. Kuri

  161. Latvianbrown

  162. Limousin

  163. Limpurger

  164. Lincoln Red

  165. Lithuanianred

  166. Lohani

  167. Lourdais

  168. Luing

  169. Madagascar Zebu

  170. Maine-Anjou

  171. Malvi

  172. Mandalong

  173. Marchigiana

  174. Maremmana

  175. Marky

  176. Masai

  177. Mashona

  178. Maure

  179. Mazandarani

  180. Meuserhineyssel

  181. Mewati

  182. Milking Shorthorn

  183. Milkingdevon

  184. Miniature Zebu

  185. Mirandesa

  186. Modicana

  187. Mongolian

  188. Montbeliard

  189. Morucha

  190. Murboden

  191. Murraygrey

  192. Muturu

  193. Nagori

  194. Nanyang

  195. Ndama

  196. Nelore

  197. Nguni

  198. Nimari

  199. Normande

  200. Norwegianred

  201. Ongole

  202. Ormaboran

  203. Oropa

  204. Ovambo

  205. Parthenais

  206. Philippinenative

  207. Piedmontese

  208. Pinzgauer

  209. Polishred

  210. Polled Highland

  211. Polledhereford

  212. Ponwar

  213. Qinchuan

  214. Rath

  215. Rathi

  216. Ratiengray

  217. Red Fulani

  218. Red Poll

  219. Red Polled Østland

  220. Redangus

  221. Redbrangus

  222. Redpiedfriesian

  223. Redsindhi

  224. Redsteppe

  225. Reggiana

  226. Retinta

  227. Rojhan

  228. Romagnola

  229. Romosinuano

  230. Rpostlan

  231. Russianblackpied

  232. Rx3

  233. Sahiwal

  234. Salers

  235. Salorn

  236. Sanhe

  237. Sanmartinero

  238. Santacruz

  239. Santagertrudis

  240. Sarabi

  241. Senepol

  242. Sharabi

  243. Shetland

  244. Shorthorn

  245. Siboney

  246. Simbrah

  247. Simmental

  248. Sindhi

  249. Siri

  250. Sloveniancika

  251. Southdevon

  252. Sudanese Fulani

  253. Sussex

  254. Swedishfriesian

  255. Swedishredandwhite

  256. Swedishredpolled

  257. Tarentaise

  258. Telemark

  259. Texaslonghorn

  260. Texon

  261. Tharparkar

  262. Tswana

  263. Tuli

  264. Turkishgreysteppe

  265. Ukrainianbeef

  266. Ukrainiangrey

  267. Ukrainianwhitehead

  268. Umblachery

  269. Uralblackpied

  270. Vestlandfjord

  271. Vestlandredpolled

  272. Vestlarp

  273. Vosges

  274. Wagyu

  275. Welshblack

  276. Whitepark

  277. Xinjiangbrown

  278. Yanbian

Beef Breeds
  1. Angus

  2. Ankole Watusi

  3. Belgian Blue

  4. Black Baldy

  5. Blonde d’Aquitaine

  6. Braford

  7. Brahman

  8. Brangus

  9. Charolais

  10. Chianina

  11. English Longhorn

  12. Galloway

  13. Hereford

  14. Highland

  15. Limousin

  16. Red Poll

  17. Senepol

  18. South Devon

  19. Texas Longhorn

  20. White Park

Dairy Breeds
  1. Ayrshire

  2. Dutch Belted

  3. Guernsey

  4. Holstein

  5. Jersey

Dual-Purpose Breeds
  1. Devon

  2. Lineback

  3. Normande

  4. Randall

  5. Shorthorn

  6. Simmental

  7. Tarentaise

Classification of the Chicken
Domain: Eukaryota (eukaryotes)
Kingdom Animalia (the animals)
Phylum: Chordata
Subphylum Vertebrata (animals with backbones)
Class Aves (Birds)
Order: Galliformes
Family: Phasianidae
Subfamily: Phasianinae
Genus: Gallus
Species: G. gallus
Subspecies: G. g. domesticus
Chicken Breeds: Listing of Chicken Breeds
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Other Facts
Scientific Name: Gallus Gallus
Type: Bird
Diet: Omnivore
Size (L): 30cm - 45cm (11.8in - 17.7in)
Wingspan: 45cm - 60cm (17.7in - 23.6in)
Weight: 1kg - 3kg (2.2lbs - 6.6lbs)
Top Speed: 10km/h (6mph)
Life Span: 2 - 4 years
Lifestyle: Flock
Conservation Status: Threatened
Color: Red, Black, Brown, White, Yellow, Orange
Skin Type: Feathers
Favourite Food: Seeds
Habitat: Open woodland and sheltered grassland
Average Clutch Size:
The average number of eggs laid at once
Main Prey: Seeds, Fruit, Insects, Berries
Predators: Human, Fox, Raccoon
Distinctive Features: Sharp, pointed beak and clucking sounds
Listing of Chicken Breeds
  1. Ac

  2. Ameraucana

  3. Ancona

  4. Andalusian

  5. Appenzell Bearded Hen

  6. Appenzell Pointed Hood Hen

  7. Araucana

  8. Aseel

  9. Australorp

  10. Baheij

  11. Bandara

  12. Barnevelders

  13. Brahmas

  14. Buckeye

  15. Buttercup

  16. Campine

  17. Catalana

  18. Chantecler

  19. Cochin

  20. Cornish

  21. Crevecoeur

  22. Cubalaya

  23. Delaware

  24. Dominiques

  25. Dorking

  26. Dutch Bantam

  27. Faverolles

  28. Frieslands

  29. Frizzle

  30. Gimmizah

  31. Golden Comet

  32. Golden Montazah

  33. Hamburgs

  34. Holland

  35. Houdan

  36. Java

  37. Jersey Giant

  38. Green Jungle Fowl

  39. Gray Jungle Fowl

  40. La Fleche

  41. Lakenvelder

  42. Lamona

  43. Langshan

  44. Legbar

  45. Leghorn (Non-White)

  46. Leghorn (White)

    Egg Facts:

    Leghorn (White)
    Egg Laying: Very Good (4/wk)
    Egg Color: White
    Egg Size: Large


    Egg Laying: Poor (1/wk)

  47. Marans

  48. Malay

  49. Matrouh

  50. Minorca

  51. Modern Game

  52. Naked Neck (Turken)

  53. Nankin

  54. New Hampshire Red

  55. Old English Game

  56. Orpington

  57. Orloff

  58. Plymouth Rock

  59. Polish

  60. Red Cap

  61. Rhode Island Red

  62. Sebright

  63. Shamo

  64. Silkie (Bantam)

  65. Silver Montazah

  66. Styrian

  67. Sultan

  68. Sumatra

  69. Sussex

  70. Swiss Hen

  71. White-Faced Black Spanish

  72. Welsummer

  73. Wyandottes

  74. Yokohama

Top 10 Chicken Breeds That Will Give You up to 300 Eggs per Year
  1. Australorp

  2. Ameraucana

  3. Golden Comet

  4. Leghorn (White)

  5. New Hampshire Red

  6. Orpington

  7. Plymouth Rock

  8. Rhode Island Red

  9. Sussex

  10. Wyandottes

Sheep Breeds
  1. Acipayam

  2. Adal

  3. Afghan Arabi

  4. Africana

  5. Alai

  6. Alcarrena

  7. Algarvechurro

  8. Algerian Arab

  9. Altai

  10. Altay

  11. American Blackbelly

  12. Apennine

  13. Arabi

  14. Arapawa Island

  15. Awassi

  16. Balkhi

  17. Baluchi

  18. Balwen Welsh Mountain

  19. Barbados Blackbelly

  20. Bavarian Forest

  21. Bentheimer Landschaf

  22. Bergamasca

  23. Beulah Speckled-Face

  24. Bibrik

  25. Biellese

  26. Blackhead Persian

  27. Black Welsh Mountain Sheep

  28. Bleu du Maine

  29. Bluefaced Leicester

  30. Bond

  31. Booroola Merino

  32. Border Leicester

  33. Boreray

  34. Bovska

  35. Braunes Bergschaf

  36. Brazilian Somali

  37. Brecknock Hill Cheviot

  38. British Milk Sheep

  39. Brillenschaf

  40. Bündner Oberland

  41. California Red

  42. California Variegated Mutant

  43. Campanian Barbary

  44. Castlemilk Moorit

  45. Charollais

  46. Cheviot

  47. Chios

  48. Cholistani

  49. Clun Forest

  50. Coburger Fuchsschaf

  51. Columbia

  52. Comeback

  53. Comisana

  54. Coopworth

  55. Cormo

  56. Corriedale

  57. Cotswold

  58. Criollo

  59. Dala

  60. Damani

  61. Damara

  62. Danish Landrace

  63. Dartmoor

  64. Debouillet

  65. Delaine Merino

  66. Dorper

  67. Derbyshire Gritstone

  68. Devon Closewool

  69. Deutsches Blaukoepfiges Fleischschaf

  70. Dorset

  71. Dorset Down

  72. Drysdale

  73. Elliottdale

  74. Exmoor Horn

  75. Fabrianese

  76. Faeroes

  77. Finnsheep

  78. Fonthill Merino

  79. Friesian Milk Sheep

  80. Galway

  81. Gansu Alpine Fine-wool

  82. Gentile di Puglia

  83. German Blackheaded Mutton

  84. German Mountain

  85. German Mutton Merino

  86. German Whiteheaded Mutton

  87. Graue Gehoernte Heidschnucke

  88. Gromark

  89. Gulf Coast Native

  90. Gute

  91. Hampshire

  92. Han

  93. Harnai

  94. Hasht Nagri

  95. Hazaragie

  96. Hebridean

  97. Herdwick

  98. Hill Radnor

  99. Hog Island Sheep

  100. Icelandic

  101. Ile-de-France

  102. Istrian Pramenka

  103. Jacob

  104. Jezerskosolcavska

  105. Kachhi

  106. Kajli

  107. Karakul

  108. Katahdin

  109. Kerry Hill

  110. Kooka

  111. Langhe

  112. Lati

  113. Leicester Longwool

  114. Leineschaf

  115. Lincoln

  116. Llanwenog

  117. Lleyn

  118. Lohi

  119. Lonk

  120. Luzein

  121. Manx Loaghtan

  122. Masai

  123. Massese

  124. Medium-Wool Merino

  125. Mehraban

  126. Merinolandschaf

  127. Moghani

  128. Montadale

  129. Morada Nova

  130. mouflon

  131. Navajo-Churro

  132. Norfolk Horn

  133. North Country Cheviot

  134. Norwegian Fur

  135. Old Norwegian

  136. Orkney

  137. Ossimi

  138. Oxford

  139. Pagliarola

  140. Pelibüey

  141. Perendale

  142. Pinzirita

  143. Pitt Island

  144. Poll Merino

  145. Polwarth

  146. Polypay

  147. Pomeranian Coarsewool

  148. Portland

  149. Priangan

  150. Rabo Largo

  151. Racka

  152. Rambouillet

  153. Rasa Aragonesa

  154. Red Engadine

  155. Rhoenschaf

  156. Rideau Arcott

  157. Romanov

  158. Romney

  159. Rouge de l'Quest

  160. Rough Fell

  161. Royal White

  162. Rya

  163. Ryeland

  164. Rygja

  165. Sahel-type

  166. Santa Cruz

  167. Santa Inês

  168. Sardinian

  169. Sar Planina

  170. Scottish Blackface

  171. Sicilian Barbary

  172. Shetland

  173. Shropshire

  174. Skudde

  175. Soay

  176. Somali

  177. Sopravissana

  178. South African Merino

  179. South African Mutton Merino

  180. South Suffolk

  181. Southdown

  182. South Wales Mountain

  183. Spælsau

  184. Spiegel

  185. St. Croix (Virgin Island White)

  186. Steigar

  187. Steinschaf

  188. Strong Wool Merino

  189. Suffolk

  190. Sumavska

  191. Swaledale

  192. Swedish Fur Sheep

  193. Targhee

  194. Teeswater

  195. Texel

  196. Thalli

  197. Tong

  198. Touabire

  199. Tsurcana

  200. Tunis

  201. Tyrol Mountain

  202. Uda

  203. Ujumqin

  204. Ushant

  205. Vendéen

  206. Walachenschaf

  207. Wallis Country Sheep

  208. Waziri

  209. Weisse Hornlose Heidschnucke

  210. Welsh Hill Speckled Face

  211. Welsh Mountain

  212. Welsh Mountain Badger Faced

  213. Wensleydale

  214. West African Dwarf

  215. White Suffolk

  216. Whiteface Dartmoor

  217. Whiteface Woodland

  218. Wiltshire Horn

  219. Xinjiang Finewool

Freshwater Fish
Brackish Water Fish
Saltwater Fish

Small Fish
Medium Fish
Large Fish
Extra-Large Fish

Fish Breeds
  1. Acara Cichlids

  2. Angelfish

  3. Archerfish

  4. African Cichlids

  5. Anglerfish

  6. Arowana

  7. African Tiger Fish

  8. Anthias

  9. Asian Cichlids

  10. Barbs

  11. Betta Splenden

  12. Boxfish

  13. Basslet

  14. Bichirs

  15. Butterflyfish

  16. Batfish

  17. Blennies

  18. Cardinalfish

  19. Clownfish

  20. Catfish

  21. Corydoras Catfish

  22. Chromis

  23. Damselfish

  24. Dartfish

  25. Dragonets

  26. Danios

  27. Discus

  28. Drum Fish

  29. Darters

  30. Dottyback

  31. Eels

  32. Filefish

  33. Foxface Rabbitfish

  34. Frogfish

  35. Flagfish

  36. Freshwater Gobies

  37. Flounder

  38. Freshwater Sharks

  39. Gar

  40. Goby Fish

  41. Grouper

  42. Glass Fish

  43. Goldfish

  44. Grunts

  45. Goatfish

  46. Gourami

  47. Guppy

  48. Halfbeak

  49. Hatchetfish

  50. Hap Cichlids

  51. Hawkfish

  52. Harlequin Tuskfish

  53. Hogfish

  54. Jawfish

  55. Killifish

  56. Knifefish

  57. Koi

  58. ake Tanganyika Cichlids

  59. Loaches

  60. Lake Victoria Cichlids

  61. Lionfish

  62. Mandarinfish

  63. Minnow

  64. Mono

  65. Marine Angelfish

  66. Mollies – Freshwater

  67. Moorish Idol

  68. Mbuna Cichlids

  69. Molly

  70. Neon Tetra

  71. New World Cichlids

  72. Oscars

  73. Pacu

  74. Peacock Cichlids

  75. Piranha

  76. Porkfish

  77. Paradise Fish

  78. Pencilfish

  79. Platies

  80. Puffer Fish

  81. Parrotfish

  82. Pipefish

  83. Plecostomus

  84. Pufferfish – Saltwater

  85. Rabbitfish

  86. Rasbora

  87. Reedfish

  88. Rainbowfish

  89. Ray Fish

  90. Ram Cichlids

  91. Ray Fish – Saltwater

  92. Saltwater Eels

  93. Scat

  94. Seahorses

  95. Snappers

  96. Sweetlips

  97. Saltwater Goby Fish

  98. Scorpionfish

  99. Silver Dollar

  100. Squirrelfish

  101. Swordtail

  102. Saltwater Sharks

  103. Sea Bream

  104. Snakeheads

  105. Surgeonfish

  106. Tangs

  107. Triggerfish

  108. Tetra

  109. Trunkfish

  110. Tigerfish

  111. Unicornfish

  112. Wrasse

Freshwater edible fish
  1. African butter catfish

  2. Andean catfish

  3. Asian carp

  4. Basa fish

  5. Bass (fish)

  6. Largemouth bass

  7. Smallmouth bass

  8. Spotted bass

  9. Beardslee trout

  10. Black bullhead

  11. Black crappie

  12. Blue-backed fish

  13. Bluegill

  14. Boesemania

  15. Burbot

  16. Carp

  17. Cirrhinus molitorella

  18. Clown featherback

  19. Common carp

  20. Crappie

  21. Lake Crescent cutthroat trout

  22. Eremophilus mutisii

  23. Exoglossum maxillingua

  24. Fera (fish)

  25. Giant barb

  26. Giant gourami

  27. Grass carp

  28. Hemibagrus wyckioides

  29. Kampango

  30. Kapenta

  31. Lake whitefish

  32. Leiopotherapon plumbeus

  33. Leporinus muyscorum

  34. Longear sunfish

  35. Micropterus henshalli

  36. Pond loach

  37. Mozambique tilapia

  38. Mrigal carp

  39. Nile perch

  40. Northern pike

  41. Oreochromis esculentus

  42. Oreochromis jipe

  43. Oreochromis karongae

  44. Oreochromis mweruensis

  45. Peacock bass

  46. Pejelagarto

  47. Perch

  48. Pterygoplichthys multiradiatus

  49. Rainbow trout

  50. Sardinella tawilis

  51. Shortnose gar

  52. Snakehead (fish)

  53. Tahoe sucker

  54. Tilapia

  55. Walleye

  56. White bass

  57. White crappie
Last Updated: August 13, 2017