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hen and her chicks

When I see people posting photos of their "food" and recipes with body parts laying all about, I think of the precious lives lost and families torn apart. Will never understand how people can eat flesh of another living being, never.

Temperate Climate Permaculture: Heritage Breeds: Dominique Chickens

The Dominicker Chicken Breed it actually named Dominique. The name has been around a while and I doubt if anyone can really tell or know where it originated

Publication de  Birds Planet

Publication de Birds Planet

Clever Chicks Blog Hop

Clever Chicks Blog Hop #49

Molting is the loss of feathers and their subsequent re-growth. See what it looks like and learn how to help chickens get through it a little more easily.data-pin-do=

"They are destined to die on day one because they cannot produce eggs and do not grow large or fast enough to be raised profitably for meat. Their lives are cut short when they are dropped into a grinding machine – tossed around by a spinning auger before being torn to pieces by a high-pressure macerator."

"They are destined to die on day one because they cannot produce eggs and do not grow large or fast enough to be raised profitably for meat. Their lives are cut short when they are dropped into a grinding machine – tossed around by a spinning auger before being torn to pieces by a high-pressure macerator."

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