Chicken Body


A chicken comb is the fleshy protuberance on top of the head of a chicken, it is of course larger on the cockerel than the hen chicken. More


Feathers are one of the epidermal growths that form the distinctive outer covering, or plumage, on birds. More


Then the food passes into their glandular stomach, also called the proventriculus, which is also sometimes referred to as the true stomach.More


Absorption its having carbohydrates and amino acids etc.More

Digestive System:

The digestive system uses the nutrients in consumed feed for the maintenance of all the other systems of the chicken’s body. More

Skeletal System:

The skeletal system provides the strong framework for the support and protection of the remainder of the systems, organs and tissues making up the body of the fowl.More

Wing Skeletal System:

The Wing Skelaton its having Different types.More