The roosters comb is like a tiny radiator. Blood comes close to the surface at the comb and wattles and air passing over these helps cool the blood. The comb and wattles also act as attractants to the females, a rooster with a good healthy comb is a potentially good mate.
When they get the injections from a rooster's comb, the rooster does have to be killed. They can get rid of a rooster's comb without killing it but it has to be on the first day that it is born.
It's called a rose comb usually a rooster breed from Spain.
The baby rooster will hatch with a tiny comb, which grows larger every day.
Before you cook rooster comb, they can be parboiled, skinned and left to braise overnight. Then the comb is cooked in court-bouillon, which is a flavored liquid.
it is on top of their heads
There are times when the comb would have to be trimmed on a rooster. Age has nothing to do with it. It's all about condition and need. Without a definite need, you would not cut the comb off a rooster. The comb regulates the heat of the bird and without it the bird will suffer in the hot temperatures. Cutting the comb also subjects the bird to possible infection.
A Leghorn rooster is a large white bird with a red comb.
It would be painful , yes .
I think so...not positive though...
The comb of a young rooster (cockerel) should start to show by the end of the first month and will grow much faster than the comb of a pullet. Keep in mind not all chickens have combs, it depends on the breed of chicken you have.
it has to be colourful to attract females.
The red "skin" on a chickens head is called a comb there are several shapes identified by breeders such as the rose comb and the double comb.
A person or animal could eat rooster combs. There is no health concern or hazard. The rooster comb would not provide much nutritional value to a diet.
The thing on a rooster's head is called a comb.
A turkey. Under the chin its called a Giblet.
The cockscomb is a crest or comb of a domestic cock or rooster as it is regularly called.
The hen is smaller and has a smaller tail, comb and wattle.The rooster is bigger has a larger tail, comb and wattle.
If your birds are free range and they can get under vehicles a drop of oil/grease from the undercarriage can cause sores on comb.
There is no medical reason to cut the comb of a game rooster. This is very painful and can cause a lot of bleeding. If the comb is cut and not cared for properly, it can cause infections and death. It is not advised to do this. Some people say that it is done to prevent frost bite. There is no danger in frost bite.
Yes, the comb of a rooster is used in the making of Synvisc because the proteins in it are much like the proteins produced in joint fluid. Synvisc is a medication used to treat pain caused by osteoarthritis of the knee.
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A rooster that has lost its comb will not be able to grow the comb back. Roosters and hens both do not have the ability to grow body parts back if they become decayed or injured.
the rooster will have a much bigger comb than a hen and longer legs and shiny feathers and has a much bigger tail...
You can take the rooster to the vet (i think)... I have never really ever heard of a rooster going to the vet but that is really all that you can do... unless you know how to bandage up something like that.