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Senie 1 year ago
#20 A friend who runs a farm said that free-ranging is the cruelest thing you can do to chickens. On regular poultry farms they're all crowded together, but relatively calm - but as soon as you give them a little space, they peck and scratch and tear each other apart - it's cruel plus it causes a lot infections. The More You Know.
       
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Rosalinda 1 year ago
Senie,

uh huh sure, and which kind of farm does he run?
       
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Kendall 1 year ago
Rosalinda,

Senie here - it's a 160-acre vegetable farm, but they also raise chickens for market. I'm not trying to BS anyone, it's just something you rarely hear when people rave about free-range chickens being all animal-friendly and kumbaya. Plus it makes sense.
       
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Valerie 1 year ago
Rosalinda,

cannabis farm.
       
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Woodrow 1 year ago
Rosalinda,
Your typical "free range" is what's bs, instead of in pens, they're just crammed into a warehouse with more than 1 chicken per square foot, not some giant out door paradise. It's a total crock of a term, and as much as a scam as "non gmo" or "organic". They sound nice, but instead of the "gut feeling = fact" maybe read on how those are done instead.
       
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Greg 1 year ago
Senie,

Why did the song 'Everybody was kung-fu fighting' jump into my mind when I read about the pecking and scratching?
       
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Joey 1 year ago
Senie,

Chicken good pet but cackle. To much cackle and eat pet. No cackle. Snake good pet and no cackle. Snake eat good on stick but fall off. Jelly fish no cackle.
       
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Carrie 1 year ago
#12 Not a maple, wrong bark colour, wrong shape.
       
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Jedediah 1 year ago
I have chickens. They are funny pets that provide breakfast. More space (free range) means much less fighting. They have plenty of room to get away from each other if one gets to feeling peckish toward another. Those poultry farm meat chickens that never see daylight have their beaks removed so they don't kill each other. The poultry farm egg layers live in a box cage where they can't move and can't interact. Farm factories keep food prices lower, but they are not ideal living conditions for the animals at all.
       
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Eli 1 year ago
Jedediah,

Senie here again, I yield to your experience, Jedediah, and thanks for replying. Hearing that makes me want to go vegetarian.
       
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