Carneau: NPA 1993 Standard

All judges before judging Carneau, must be familiar with this standard, judge Carneau with it and produce this copy upon demand of any American Carneau Association member exhibitor at the annual or district meet.


The official picture is the ideal for station and conformation of the exhibition Carneau. The written standard shall describe the "ideal Carneau".
WEIGHT: All ages 30 to 37 ounces.
HEIGHT: Thirteen and one quarter inches.
WIDTH: Extremity of chest over wing butts - six inches
.LENGTH: Tip of tail to chest extremity - nine and three quarters inches, measured horizontally.


SCALE OF POINTS


COLOR
Colored birds to be cut from one to ten points for fault color either surface or under color. These 10 points to be floating and not to upset the original 100 point total.