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CVMA Policy on Dubbing of Chickens

Dubbing is the act of removing the comb, and/or waddles, and earlobes from a chicken.  The CVMA opposes dubbing of chickens when done solely for breed standard, cosmetic or fighting purposes.

(June 2014)

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