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Written by : Dr. Jacquie Jacob, University of Kentucky. An understanding of the male avian reproductive system is useful for anyone who breeds chickens or other poultry. One remarkable aspect of the male avian reproductive system is that the sperm remains viable at body temperature. Consequently, the avian male reproductive tract is entirely inside the body, as shown in Figure 1. The reproductive tract in male mammals is outside the body because mammalian sperm does not remain viable at body temperature.

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JavaScript seems to be disabled in your browser. You must have JavaScript enabled in your browser to utilize the functionality of this website. Save For Later Print. The reproductive system of the female chicken is in two parts: the ovary and oviduct. Unlike most female animals, which have two functioning ovaries, the chicken usually has only one. The right ovary stops developing when the female chick hatches, but the left one continues to mature.

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T his article covers things you never wanted to know about rooster reproductive anatomy and chicken mating, including up-close and personal photos. Soon you will be well equipped to impress friends and business associates at cocktail parties with an alarming amount of information about chicken copulation. The rooster fans his wings flamboyantly while dancing around her in the same way a matador fans his cape to attract the bull.
A knowledge of the anatomy and physiology of an animal is essential for understanding, and correcting, any problems that may arise. For example, knowledge of the digestive system assists in understanding the nutritive requirements of chickens. Similarly, knowledge of the female reproductive system is important for understanding any problems that may arise with regards to egg production, fertility, and hatchability. Chickens are omnivores, meaning they eat both plants and animals. In the wild chickens often scratch in the soil to search for seeds and insects.